Deco On 44
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsDeco On 44 Galle
Lovely little boutique hotel in the old fort town. Very clean and spacious with lots of attention to detail.
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... were so happy and excited to see us! We took them outside for a while and played some volleyball, football and pass. I thoroughly enjoyed my day!! It was amazing being able to spend such an important time with a Sri Alan family- to see the traditions (being given beetle leaf) and being welcomed to join in with their celebrations. I feel like I've definitely become more culturally aware since my time in Sri Lanka. It's definitely ...
... they took these because the sea was choppy! The boat began moving out towards the deeper part of the ocean where they normally spot the blue whales. We had been sailing for around an hour without any sightings, but then we all became excited when we spotted a huge pod of dolphins feeding alongside yellow fin tuna. They weren't interested in playing with our boat so we carried on in search of whales. It felt like forever before any other sightings, ...
... 60% of the buildings are owned by foreigners. The fort wall surrounds the fort and nowadays is doubled as a scenic walk. Accommodation was a lot more than we were accustomed or prepared to pay for. We tried several guest houses before we were given a tip and taken to a local woman's house. Her name was mallika and she lives in this beautiful yellow bungalow in the perfect location by a temple and the fort wall with her sister. They rent out the extra rooms when family isn't visiting. ...
... as another child who is smaller. According to Kelly a 28 year old Australian girl today was a really good day as all of the urine soaked bed sheets were changed from the cots and the mattresses aired. The three hours that I was there not one of the children were given a drink, I assume it is because the more they drink the more they will need to be changed. Lunch time consisted of one of the workers feeding the what I can only describe as feeding animals ...
... very different to that bland Indian dahl) and a pol sambal (coconut and chili). We even made our own coconut cream/milk by blending fresh coconut with water. Oh and rice - again cooked with curry leaves and pandan. Wow! It was fun. And so so tasty. All the food here is great. They use the same basic spices as most of Asia - curry leaves, pandan leaves, turmeric, cumin, cinnamon and a masala mix. We spent almost 3 hours cooking. I was so full after dinner. And then we had ...