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Travel Blogs from Wadduwa
... took a little while because I did not have an Gen. Dec with me but they finally sorted it out but Chatting with Chief in Charge made the time pass quickly ..... we talked about the last Ethnic Conflict between the Tamils , Buddhist and Moslems . which I remember well since Switzerland granted quite a few Asylums to people from Sri Lanka...without regret....the Tamils are hard working , peaceful people. All People here are ...
Sri Lankan homes are very interesting and you almost get the feeling of living in a zoo because you are surrounded by wildlife. You never know what you might find behind a closed door. I find the bathroom at night tends to be the most Interesting. You can view up to five different species of animals at once! You can view an ant nest with hundreds of ants, geckos on the wall, cockroaches and big black spiders. If you are lucky, you might even see a lonely ...
... Sri Lankans coming and going but there was never any pressure on us to leave. There was even a wedding party having photographs taken and rather stupidly I missed the opportunity for what would have made a fine VT flag photo but there have been other chances since. The only other Caucasians I saw came in much later and were presumably hotel guests as service had finished by then. I do like that when I travel, being the
only "white man" in ...
... ocean in the southwest of Sri Lanka. On the way to Unawatuna you can find one of the best beaches for surfing in Sri Lanka, so of course we had to make a stop:) Tim, Kevin and I all changed in to our surf gear and headed for the water. Still can't consider ourselves as surf pros but at least this time we managed to catch a couple of waves.The next morning we made our way in to Galle, a nearby city that is on UNESCO's world Heritage list. Really beautiful place with ...
... to do all the paperwork and get our visa ready within 5 days for RS 10,000 saying that the visa fee is RS 8,500 and the rest was their commission. Since I was already tired of doing it I wanted to pay somebody to do all the paperwork for me, however, Tez absolutely refused such an option. Finally neither of us did it and it was the best decision we could have made because the visa fee charged by the Indian Visa Application Center was only RS 5,355.
After getting ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking