Curry Bowl Guest House & Restaurant
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... time to visit the country- everywhere is so vibrant and colourful with lots of things happening. Galle town is full of busy markets with shop owners selling frocks, sarongs, blouses and skirts all for the new year. Reflecting back on today and yesterday, I feel so grateful. Grateful that such a lovely family welcomed us to join in with their celebrations. As tourists on holiday, this isn't something you could ever experience! ...
... SF50 at least, snorkelling gear if you own one
Eat: try Sri Lankan curry and try to eat as many sea food dishes as possible (they are very tasty). If you try western food it will taste good but it will turn out to be everything but what you ordered or something very remotely similar. Try as many different types fruit as possible, especially karambola, mangosteen, rambutan, pink banana and yellow coconut.
... and the occasional cow just to mix it up.
We made it to Galle and had a nice day wandering the old fort built by the Dutch in 1663. The impressive grounds have been named a world heritage site. The colonial style streets are a bit cleaner and the restaurants a bit fancier. We had a really nice lunch, saw some old churches and sites, then slowly made our way back home to Midigama.
I was really excited to find out there was a tea plantation in the area. Sri Lanka is ...
I was still in pain last night so I cheated and ate at a Woodfire Pizza restaurant attached to the hotel. I normally argue with the bride about the merits of eating locally but I am using the sympathy card on this occasion:-) I started with a dozen tiger prawns in chile batter with a fresh tartare sauce, outstanding. This was followed by a delicious supreme pizza and washed down with a longneck of Lion lager. A bargain at $8 and ...
... to stay outside the beach. In November to February the very
busy season start on the Mirissa beach so it is always best to make a
reservation well ahead of time and then re-confirm especially during
Mirissa has its own fishing harbour and every day boats
come back from the ocean and there are lot of sea foods available in the
restaurants. So having dish full seafood with a cool bear is great in