Glenross Plantation Bungalow

near Kalutara Galle Road, Kalutara, Sri Lanka | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on near Kalutara Galle Road, Kalutara.
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Travel Blogs from Kalutara

Adams peak

A travel blog entry by cornevanhoepen on Feb 14, 2014

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After dealing with all the stress in Colombo for a month, Victoria and I decided we needed to do something very stimulating to clear our heads, so we thought, why not give Adams Peak a shot! Adams peak is the highest point in Sri Lanka and on the top there is a temple over what is supposedly Adams footprint. The mountain is like Grouse grind with all steps carved into the rock, only it's about 4 times longer and more difficult. The thing about this ...

Sri Lanka - Colombo

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jan 11, 2014

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... ready and presenting them they normally take 5 working days to have the answer from the High Commission of India so now we were ready to depart. Nevertheless, first we wanted to do some sightseeing in Colombo (even if there is not much to see). We started to walk to the center which itīs actually quite far from where we were but we had enough time!

We walked all the way down the Galle Street and had our first real Sri Lankan dish when we almost died because of ...

Balancing our Doshas

A travel blog entry by lucifrost on Oct 28, 2013

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For breakfast we were given another mammoth amount, and unfortunately for our stomachs it was fish curry (an almost replica of what we were given last night). After managing to eat as much as we could (as it was also followed by a large portion of my least favourite fruit of all time, Papaya) we set off for a walk around the plantation.

Mostly the plants and trees were the same that we have ...

Ugh buses

A travel blog entry by toby-helen-sea on Oct 15, 2013

We have had enough of central sri lanka, but we really wanted to go down the west and south cost and best way to get there is to head back to Colombo, so we did.

Bus to 30mins to Dambulla then to 5 hours to Colombo and the clock in.

We did have a really nice meal at a place called bars cafe, it was maybe the Yum! Of Colombo but the cakes weren't better.

Brace yourself

A travel blog entry by whereiskatie on Apr 29, 2013

For a long entry

Today should have been straight forward, and to start with it was. Got a train around 3pm to Colombo, of course it was late by 15 minutes. The scenery was very different to the hill country trains. The tracks sandwiched between the sea and the main road, there was very little beach to speak of, and we went through tatty towns, with more poverty that we’ve seen so far. A boat yard was filled with large wooden vessels in various stages of completion, ...