Mahoora Luxury Tented Safari Camp Yala
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Travel Blogs from Yala National Park
... for a while more, they were not worried as they tried to get in the car several times.. Well, after this sweet wake up service, what's better than a nice refreshing river water before to continue the journey?
We stopped for lunch on a marvelous beach, unfortunate symbol of the Tsunami's devastation of 2004. While we were enjoining our basic sandwiches, our chaperon received a call.. Someone saw the leopard!!! We ...
... We were taken to the town bus stop and assured that a bus would turn up soon.. we didn't believe them but luckily one did within 15mins. We jumped on it, luckily managing to find seats again (quite a novelty in Sri Lanka we are told!)
We started off at 7pm. We got to Unawatuna (beach side resort) at 11.30pm. May i add that we had a second bus breakdown in this time in which a tyre puncture had to be fixed (this whole journey ...
... goodbye and Guyan was really sweet, he said he felt "a little bit sad" but I bet he was glad, as well, to be heading back to the relative serenity of Galle and his wife and son. What a really lovely man, very genuine and a good heart. I hope we do see him again one day and get to meet Luxshmi and Danisha. Mt Lavinia would have been very grand in its day, still has the air of grandeur and the concierge and the bell boys wear very white uniforms with that old Indian ...
... in Sri Lanka for Nadine's
Grandma, cause she needed us to pick her up some oil or something, it was also another amazing place for all the history of this island., check out the pics for further detail, lucky I bought those new thongs in Macquarie centre just before I left, cause with all this walking my old thongs would not have been able to cope.
Next stop to try and find some Internet and Air con was the foyer of the Hilton, had ...
... You don't get that in Europe. In Latin America the locals are generally fairly-to-very reserved with the glaring exceptions of Mexico, Colombia, and Cuba where people are very outgoing. And in the Arab world you'll get treated to a lot of hospitality once you get to know the people but the social sphere (at least in public) is dominated by groups of men hanging out either silently smoking or ...
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