Sachal Mir's Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... there were so many passengers connecting from an even later flight from London. Doha’s airport gate space is apparently inadequate for the vastly growing traffic because the airport’s being neglected. They’re building a newer, more modern, and even more gigantic airport to take its place in anticipation of hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup, to open in 2015.
Colombo is Sri Lanka’s capital, but the main international airport is about 25 ...
... about three in the afternoon and
presumably most honest folks were at work. My local in London can be
like that on a midweek afternoon.
I had a bit of a conversation with the barman who spoke good English and watched as a chef scurried inand out of what was obviously his huge pantry adjacent to the bar area.It looked spotless as did he. When the bill came, it was not hugely expensive and so it was with some surprise that I later found out that this place ...
... proposed to me on the journey and offered to do everything for me that I wanted him to do forever if I'd be his wife. This was after he guessed my age to be 18 and when I quickly corrected him with my actual age, he responded with the fact that he is 32 and so the age gap was perfect - I walked straight into that one! As tempting as it all sounded, I told him I'd have to think about it, so he insisted on me taking his phone number ...
... of a room and across to the breakfast area. It was the Ozzies again. We can only assume they stalked us. However they were lovely and that really was the last time we saw them, despite following a similar route.
Relaxation and tanning done, we set off for Kandy in the hill country. After a debate about whether to spend 8 hours on buses with no luggage room or 10 hours on trains with some luggage room, we set off to the train station. The stations were as ...
... time (7.30am UK time). The airport is fairly old. And surprisingly quiet. Not a single person infront of me in the immigration queue. After a very quick passport stamp, I did then have to wait a long time for my copious luggage. Sri Lankan rupees are difficult to source outside the country. One forex desk offered to order around £40 max in for me. Not particulate useful. Seems that within the country they are also fairly difficult to source. It took me a ...