We had arrived at 21 p.m. It was hard to find the place (we had our own car) but locals helped to find a way. It was early April and we saw three turtles laying their eggs on the beach. Seeing these creatures emerging from the see, slowly but consistently doing their work and then dissappearing in the ocean was one of the best experience in Sri Lanka. I advice you to take a red light torch if you have one in home. An organisation's employee should have it, but when we appeared at the place he hadn't have any and was using normal one, which aggarvated wathing the turtles (they are light sensitive, but barely see the red one).
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