Green Garden Guest House, Sri Lanka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Sri Lanka is its people, just say hi and they are ready to have a conversation. young and old are eager to chat, show off their gorgeous babies, tell us about their children's academic prowess or talk about the cricket. Bags of mango sold by a street seller lakeside made the walk even more pleasant. It's hard to know if the Safari sellers are worth listening to, how do you work out if your getting ripped ...
... good food & drinks and a beautiful beach =) We had an awesome night out in Hikkaduwa for Sahiba's last night. It was so much fun, we went to beach bars, there were live drummers and I danced on the beach and in the sea! We've been out in Hikkaduwa a few times & I've been to Galle Fort and Unawatuna. I loved Unawatuna, went on my own as the others had either been or couldn't be bothered with the hour ...
... the sunset, whilst the locals played cricket behind us. I really wanted to join in, but they lady who ran our homestay was preparing us a traditional Sri Lankan meal, so we had to get back. I did at least get to take a decent catch, when one guy hit a huge six in our general direction. Our dinner when we got back, was fantastic - a huge mound of rice, served with dhal, fish curry and potato curry. It was a nice introduction to the world of rice and curry, the Sri Lankan national ...
... bacteria), then dried again. Then it is pulped and spread out onto mesh boards for drying. Once dried, is pressed into flat (albeit it still quite bumpy!) paper. Along the road with the sanctuary are several other elephant places. All offering rides and bathing. I didn't want to do that. The other touristy pop ups here - spice gardens. There were loads. I counted at least 10 within a 15 minute drive. We stopped at one of them. A guy took us round showing us ...
... quite distressing to see some of them (dogs and humans) they are in quite a poor state. It seems to be all elderly men I haven't seen many women and no children/young men/women. This random man come up today and just outright asked if I would marry him so he could get a English visa. He was mega intense and creepy. Not surprisingly I declined his romantic request and he started shouting "I am a human!!! A ...