Fort Dew Guest House

No:22, Sri Sudharmalaya Rd, Fort, Galle, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No:22, Sri Sudharmalaya Rd, Fort, Galle.
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    Good week of projects but good byes begin.

    A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on May 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... as we had hoppers for breakfast, sort of like a pancake not as greasy, had mine just with some sugar and was lovely. After youth training that morning we went into one of the local loom workshops and shops, was fascinating to see them working. That afternoon we are at a children's home, it's a lovely one to go to as we can just play games, arts and crafts but what they love most is singing and dancing and are always happy to see us, ...

    Love is the answer, but love is the problem.

    A travel blog entry by elliemack on Apr 13, 2014

    2 photos

    ... thread and made some bracelets with the girls. There were around 20 girls arguing over thread with only one pair of scissors which could be used. It was fine though, it calmed down once they got their thread and started their bracelets. It wasn't as peaceful or relaxing as it was with the boys though. Some if the girls in the home are such strong and inspiring young girls and if anything I wish I had half as much positivity and courage as they have. LOVE IS THE ANSWER, BUT LOVE IS THE ...


    A travel blog entry by elegibson on Mar 06, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... but they are yummy little fried bowls made out of ground rice mixture. Fill them with a fried egg or drizzle them with honey for a winning breakfast. Or you can use the mixture to make very thin noodles called string hoppers. Little mounds of string hoppers are good for mopping up your veggie curry or (my favourite!) stuff them with grated fresh coconut and honey!! And did I mention we saw a baby wild close we could have touched ...

    Pretend judges, monkeys and beer.

    A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Feb 19, 2014

    15 comments, 7 photos

    ... a couple of days and afterwards he took me to an excellent little restaurant called Sea Green which was to become a great favourite of mine. This, however, is the point I have reached in my VT pages so it looks like I'll have to get onto them again and it may be a day or two before I post here again, just so you know. Still, I have a few hours left today so I'll try to get some stuff done. At least I am holding to less than one month behind myself!

    Stay tuned.

    Day eighteen

    A travel blog entry by zoegilbert1990 on Oct 07, 2013

    ... this guy he showed me to a set next to an old rude fat Chinese guy who was continuously chain smoking and it stank of petrol!! I asked to guy if I could use the toilet as didnt want to throw up in front of everyone!! The toilet was like the size of a soap dish I could barley get in but managed to squid he myself by the loo and vomited up the water I had for breakfast!! Thankfully I didn't eat anything that morning!! The guy then opened the door as my eyes were streaming ...