The night before one of our trips is probably like the night before one of your trips: a bit of a flurry -- oh did we remember this? that? do you have one of those? no, do you, should we? A bit of excitement, after the long wait. A bit of anxiety about the weather there. A bit of a rush because it was too early to do things but then somehow it's suddenly nearly too late.
And so we breathe. We have our passports and our boarding passes, we have our paperwork for the hotels, and so whatever else we need, we'll either buy there or forget about. Without sounding too much like Doris Day, whatever it will be, it will be. Que sera.
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With this we say ගිහිල්ලා එන්නම් (gihillā ennam), which means we say goodbye to you. I expect the next post I'll write here will be extolling the glories of kotthu roti or breakfast egg hoppers. Pictures to come!