Crest Nest

Horton Place, Colombo, 7, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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Cancelled projects and more opportunities

A travel blog entry by beckeyjw

... a special needs children's home, all 10 of us actually went to this as the other project was cancelled. It was amazing how quickly the hour seemed to go, and was useful to have all of us there, as they all want our attention. Wednesday night we all went round to have dinner at the other homestay house, to try and do a dinner each, and also the volunteer who was already here before us, Charn, was leaving this weekend. This meant we also had cake, which ...

Arrival

A travel blog entry by sheilacruise

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... foxes in the trees, the little Tuk Tuks get right in the way, the coach driver has to keep slamming on the brakes to avoid them, one braking incident was closer than you'd want but so glad the brakes work perfectly, we all jerked forward but I don't think anyone was hurt. We git back to the ship in one piece. Overall it's quite obvious that there is a huge divide of wealth, but everyone lives alongside one and other. The very posh houses ...

Day 172 - Lamprais & Cricket Club Cafe Beers

A travel blog entry by costin

... Albert & Rich) came into the hostel, on the first day of a four month adventure of their own. We soon got chatting about Sri Lanka and travelling in general. As is pretty much standard, this developed into a trip to the pub - in this case, the Cricket Club Cafe. The Cricket Club Cafe, is a cricket themed pub run by two Australians. The clientele seemed to be a mixture of locals, expats and travellers. We had a couple of beers, which ...

We made it!!!

A travel blog entry by linds.and.don

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After more than 24 hours of travel time, I'm overjoyed to report that we FINALLY made it safe and sound to Colombo this morning which is actually (12.5 hours ahead of everyone at home)!!! After the tedious plane rides/layovers, we were both ready to get to the hotel.

We were met at the airport by our ride to the hotel. This "ride" to the hotel was definitely an adventure. Not only was I unaware that they drive on ...

Adams peak

A travel blog entry by cornevanhoepen

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After dealing with all the stress in Colombo for a month, Victoria and I decided we needed to do something very stimulating to clear our heads, so we thought, why not give Adams Peak a shot! Adams peak is the highest point in Sri Lanka and on the top there is a temple over what is supposedly Adams footprint. The mountain is like Grouse grind with all steps carved into the rock, only it's about 4 times longer and more difficult. The thing about this ...

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