Villa in Paradise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... They have these beautiful fishing boats here that look so amazing as they cross the horizon. They are wooden catamarans with massive white sails and all day long they pass by collecting their catch. The weather in Sri Lanka started out ok but by the second day, the rain moved in. Although there were moments of reprieve, every day consisted of torrential rainfall. Catherine and John arrived a few days later and it was time to head out on our tour. I know it is hard to believe but ...
... view of this place as he has both played and contributed to Sri Lankan youth here. The Sri Lankans are crazy for cricket and he is well regarded for his philanthropy here ( unlike his other past time. philandering).
We also sat and had a lime juice at The Orient, a magnificent hotel from Colonial days and similar feel to Raffles in Singapore. The 1954 movie " Over the River Kwai" was filmed in Sri Lanka ...
... watched a couple of episodes of Homeland. I was now just about ready to get up and about, but it had taken until dinner time! Kim, Colin and Myself found a little cafe place and shared some kotthu and devilled chicken, as a slight change of pace to the usual rice and curry. Yet again, we had a delicious dinner. After dinner, we walked back past the scene of the crime and went to say hello to the guys who ...
... You see I'm used to Aus summer, but this is just as relentless but all so much more sticky. The only serenity is to seek out shade. After shade and some exploring of the Buddha centre atop the hill nearby it was time for another mediocre western dinner, or was it? No it wasn't, the holy grail, so far ,was found among the many beach restaurants offering fresh fish via ...
... br> How have the people here come through a horrific three decade civil war, and also been at the epicentre of the huge tsunami - and are yet so happy and friendly. Resilience!
After looking around Galle we got another bus to Mirissa - absolute paradise!
It's a small beach town, a lot like Unawatunna but smaller and quieter.
Picture palm trees, hammocks, coconuts - that sort of thing!
It was great to just lounge around (and snooze off our hangovers from ...