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Gifts from the Sea

March 9, 2008

Tom – As usual we collected shells on the beach walk this morning.  Helen has a pretty good collection – now, which ones to carry home (e.g. turtle shell)?!

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I did a lecture on Nutrition for Athletes at a student-athlete captains leadership workshop held at the conference center later in the morning.  This was my last professional responsibility at the University of Ruhuna.  Tomorrow night the Vice-Chancellor (i.e. President) is hosting a going-away dinner for us.  I’ll then have a couple of days to prepare my PowerPoint presentation for the Fulbright Conference in Jaipur India before we have to pack up and head for Colombo.

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One comment

  1. wow, do those curries sound amazing! and be sure to bring me back just one piece of seaglass for my ever-expanding international sea glass collection (did you know i was such a geek?) sri lanka should definitely be represented. i’m sure you’ll be really sad to leave the beach.



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