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after 8 hours at the diving centre i decided to walk along the main street down to the more touristy part of hikkaduwa. think i visited about 30 different shops. all of them looking pretty much the same, owned by families making all the clothes themselves in the shop. most of them offers you to chose a fabric to make your own custom made piece of clothes. when the day was over ...
... still trading so that should be awesome to check out as well. Nearly dinner time so I better stick my head over the wall and find out where Lena wants to take me tonight, oh, and Ivan as well :-)
Oh yeah, did I mention that they paid the whole bill. I tried to pay my way but they would not have it. Outstanding :-) Wonder what my neighbours will be like in Mirissa?? Budget is looking good :-)
Stay safe, I am trying.
Sorry for typo's, tghis keyboard is **** ...
... we so big and thick they repelled the Tsunami, while the rest of the new town was destroyed. The British arrived in the 18th century and developed it as the major Sri Lankan port before Colombo took over in the 20th century. Inside the walls is still a thriving community with many muslims of Moroccan descent from the original spice traders that plied the seas some 500 years ago. The historical building reminded me of some I had seen in Cuba, particularly Trinidad ...
... who is a resident of Hikka. You could
take a left at the Hikkaduwa junction and proceed a mere 2 kms, along the Baddegame Road and bam! you don’t even feel like you’re in a beach destination.
The mushy mangroves led us through to a floating restaurant and we entered the blissful vacation we’ve yearned for. That’s not all, if you decide to stay over, you could literally
wake up to the lake flowing by and the fresh cool ...
Today we decided to move on from Mirissa and go further up the coast to a town called Hikkaduwa. This is a place famous for its turtle hatchery and Tsunami monuments as this was terribly hit when it arrived. We packed up our bags, paid our bill and got in the Tuk Tuk for ninety minutes. This was a nice coastal drive and we enjoyed the views on the way. We passed through the southern city of Galle and arrived at our ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed