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Travel Blogs from Galle
... Bastion (lovely name, isn't it?) and again my VT tip will explain all about it hopefully.
"The building you see in the images is the Akersloot Bastion which lies to the Southern side of the Fort facing the sea.
is the story of a man called Willem Jacobszoon Coster, a Dutchman born
in 1590 and in 1638 in the employ of the V.O.C. (Dutch East Indies
Company) which was dedicated, as the name implies to trade routes with
the far East. ...
... After three hours of visits to several Internet cafes for printing, a photocopy shop, a photography studio, an envelope shop (yes, an envelope shop) and two trips to the post office, we sent my application off. It *should* arrive in time for my brother to bring it when he joins us in Turkey in April--fingers crossed!
Worn down by the hassles of the bus and tasks, we took it easy that evening and stayed close to our guesthouse. We had a beer on the ...
... we took our afternoon tea and chocolate brownie we set of towards kasgoda turtle hatchery which was very cool and does great work. We bought some of our gifts a have an extra donation, they keep all the disabled ones for life! Also had a quick butchers at some traditional masks. Back to Asian jewel for another delicious meal and a good ...
... the King Darmapala who ascended the throne in the Kingdom of Kotte also embraced the catholic religion in 1557 and act in favor of Portuguese. Knowing the grim future for the tooth relic and Buddhism in the country under the Portuguese and catholic king, Keerawella Hiripitiya rala, the caretaker of the tooth relic and the temple in Kotte kingdom, escaped with the tooth relic and fled to the central part of the island.
Some people say that he ...
... much that Galle had to offer either on our initial walk or the tuktuk tour that followed. For us, Galle was disappointing. I expected streets of old buildings and charm, all surrounded by walls and battlements. Instead, it was on a much smaller scale and dotted here and there throughout a developing town.
On a plus side, we managed to see crowds of Sri Lankans playing cricket, a must-see!
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