Ganga Garden

Address: 126/27 Galle Road, Aluthgama, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 126/27 Galle Road, Aluthgama, is near Mirissa Water Sports.
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      Ganga Garden and Paradise island

      A travel blog entry by eileen.bracey on Jan 06, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Despite everyone warning us not to, we decided to make our way to Aluthgama by bus. We said our goodbyes before setting off in our tuk tuk to the bus station where we jumped aboard the express to Colombo. Unfortunately it was not a particularly pleasant view as we sped down the newly built motorway but we were in Colombo within half an hour! At the …

      Tangalle, Tangalla, Tangletown - Lagoon Paradise

      A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Oct 27, 2014

      11 photos

      ... clearing up. Once it did we heading to the Crocodile Restaurant on the beach, dodging the wet palm fronds swished back at us by Wayne. They had a large light on a pole lighting up the beach and attracting the bugs (away ... Somewhat!). There were also kerosine lights on sticks on the beach adding to the atmosphere. Wayne and I ordered the seafood platter each which was enormous, the girls less substantial meals were very nice. All were good. Our red wine by ...

      Mamma gurutoomeyak

      A travel blog entry by elliemack on Apr 08, 2014

      ... its culture. I've learnt some information this week about the certain foods that are ate and about what happens on their new year days but I'm excited to learn some more. This weekend we headed deep into the Kannaliya Rainforest to see some snakes and beasties, unfortunately we only seen one and it was tiny (I'm secretly very happy!). It was nice to get away from the hustle and bustle of Galle and escape to the Sri Lankan countryside. Heck, I even felt ...


      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 ...

      Dinner Parties, Train Sets & Stilt Fisherman

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Aug 01, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... let me in to the main courtyard, which was now in a dilapidated state but still very interesting with all the offices on two floors surrounding a tiny overgrown courtyard. The sunset was nice and I enjoyed a curry dinner at Mamas before catching an overcrowded, uncomfortable bus home.

      My last day at Akurula involved going to meet Mr Batu and view his train set. He had invited me the week before after we had met each other on a train trip, and this was ...