Fort Bliss Galle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Sri Lanka to tuck into our milk rice, kokki and oil cake. It was so good!! As part of the new year celebrations, family members visit each other and give presents. As our host family did this, we decided to visit the boys in the remand unit as we knew they wouldn't have very many visitors at this special time. We didn't go to teach but to spend time with them and play some new year games and some sport. It was completely worth ...
... Sri Lankan discount). We thought there would be no chance after seeing how full the boat became. He did though! The whale watching company was called Raja and The Whales. We stood out to us on tripadvisor because of his great reviews. We found our possie on top deck which had thin mattresses for seating areas and were each served yummy ginger biscuits (I ate quite a few), a cup of tea, a bottle of water and a sea sickness tablet. I think everyone was ...
Dan and I took a sweaty emotionally draining bus ride up the coast to Galle. We had seriously considered skipping it and just staying in tangella due to the lovely hospitality. I'm really happy we didn't though. Galle is a beautiful city. We stayed within the walls of an old Dutch fort. It is very colonial and is almost like a miniature Europe surrounded by palm trees and a sri Lankan city. It's very artistic, mist shops are art, jewelry, gem or photography oriented and ...
... my hideously perspiring face which scared her off or the impression of chewbacca? For those of you who don't know the volunteer project is called volunteer Sri Lanka. A man name Janaka has set it up and has built an extension at the back of his house for volunteers to stay. Each room has a big double bed and an ensuite bathroom with a fan. They are very clean and towels and toilet rolls are provided along with 3 meals a day. So this morning was a ...
... the Dutch took over in the 17th century and are primarily responsible for the fort and city as it looks today. The fort area is filled with remarkably well-preserved colonial architecture crammed into its lanes and alleys, the smell of abundant spices mixed with the salt spray of the Indian Ocean and the sounds of schoolchildren playing cricket in the wide fields beneath the walls. It sounds cliched, but the World Heritage Site fort really was a feast for the ...