Anne's Maisonnette

29 A / 19, Maitipe 1st lane, Galle, 80000, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by fergysrambles


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"It is not difficult to see that the Fort area in Galle is predominantly Muslim, particularly on Friday, the Islamic holy day when the citizens all seem to don traditional Islamic gear in order to go to Friday prayers. Even on other days of the week, the Islamic influence is very obvious and there are numerous buildings obviously associated with that faith. I even saw an ...

Sri Lanka - Galle

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... subsequently expanded and developed by the Dutch and British. Finally a few years ago it was declared a World Heritage Site. Today the fort shows no signs of the original Portuguese Fortress. Most of the buildings inside of the Fort are of the Dutch period. The oldest building in the Fort, built around 1656, is the National Museum. The Dutch Reform Church, built in 1752, can be found in excellent state of preservation.

We had roughly 2,5 hours for visiting of the Fort of Galle. ...

Birthday and beaches on the Spice Island

A travel blog entry by junglebelle


... you can sit with your feet in the sand sipping on mojitos while watching the sun go down, or enjoy candle lit dinners. Of course we did both, making it a very special and relaxing way to get old. ;) Mirissa is said to be one of the best places in the world to see blue whales, so we went whale watching one day and were lucky enough to see 8 or 9 blue whales. These things were enormous! Seeing the first two that we came across was quite ...

Galle Fort Revisited

A travel blog entry by arunkakati


... 1st floor there is a notional feeling that it is .There are no walls and the foliage of the surrounding trees runs into the restaurant . There is a tree trunk which acts as one of the pillars. What did we eat ? Lobsters as the main course with chips and salad on the side followed by banana pancake and the beer flowed........ the lobsters were pricey .If you go for mackeral or seer you pay less. Our meal was approx. 55 USD ............. and it was worth every cent!!!!.


Dinner Parties, Train Sets & Stilt Fisherman

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean


... tree in the Mangroves. We also when to a cinnamon plantation on an island and watched the hand production process. All the while the local community were fishing from traditional canoes and aqua farming. It was very interesting.

We finished at the start of sunset and hurried off back to the Turtle Project where armed with a bucket I was led down to the beach and set off my ten turtles towards the surf. It was a great end to a good day and seeing ...

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