Garden Guest House
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- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... 160; Once through a very swift immigration process we find ourselves in a truly bizarre duty free experience. Here you can buy fridges, washing machines, food processors, televisions and so much more. It transpires that there is a hefty government mark-up on electrical goods so Sri Lankans often buy these at the airport on the way back from foreign trips to avoid the taxes. We decide to stock up on wine instead as it's proved to be a expensive indulgence ...
... says “Welcome to the Colombo Beach Hostel, Mr Smith.”
A cafe opposite the hostel called Food Corner has stayed open late for us and we gratefully pile in for an excellent meal of curry and rice served with side dishes of dal, pol sambola, poppadoms and mango chutney, washed down appropriately with a huge pot of wonderful tea. The owner, a gentle soft-spoken chap becomes a good friend to us over the next few days with reliable advice on itineraries ...
... beer, so we are going out for some coldies now!
At the bar we bump into Steve Davies one of the match umpires and the legend that is David Boon, they come over and have a chat with us for 5 minutes, good stuff.
At the hotel, the England A team are staying and I bump into my old mate Guy Jackson who is the tour manager, Boz has a word with Samit Patel and we both bump into half the squad and Andy Flower ...
... by her new boyfriend, Eugenio (also her classmate), described as geeky and a supporter of Inter. Over the holidays, the boy was introduced to the girl’s family and with no one kicking up a fuss, their union was recognised, albeit initially to everybody’s bemusement. Plenty has taken place in their lives over the following years and while I’m not certain of his love for India, there is no doubt about his love for my sister, for in October of last year (on ...
... 9.30pm by this time so thought best to stay in a hostel, luckily Lizzie had a number for a nearby one, so we jumped in tuk tuk who had said he knew where it was, turns out he actually didn't but we paid what we agreed, not sure he was that pleased but he shouldn't of said he knew where to go. The hostel was a lot nicer than we had been expecting, only been opened like last 4 days but two bunk beds in each room, shared bathroom but unfortunately it was Colombo prices, so ...