Mount Lodge

Address: 69A Hotel Road, Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 69A Hotel Road, Mount Lavinia, is near Minneriya National Park and The Millennium Elephant Foundation.
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      Travel Blogs from Mount Lavinia

      Mount Lavina!! <3

      A travel blog entry by oliviafayehunt on Sep 07, 2014

      ... or served on this day so i couldn't even drown my sorrows!! That night we ate in a chinese restaurant on the beach the food was very spicy and tasty however refused us alcohol! Until a bit later where we meet this Iranian guy who i think paid them off so he could drink and bought us beers!!! Ended up a very funny night finding out about his 2 girlfriends!! Hopefully we will meet him again in Sri Lanka!


      Just a short entry.

      A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Feb 16, 2014

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      ... apocalyptic roadworks on the Galle Road defeated me. I got to Deliwhala and turned back. Let's be honest, there are only so many times a day you can be forced off the non-existent pavement by roadworks and into the path of a stridently horn-blaring bus before the joke starts to wear thin and so I decided to retreat to the relative safety of Wellewatta. Well, at least I knew where I was there!

      I did stop for a meal in a little place that looked OK and ...

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      A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Jan 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... a good selection of English speaking channels as well as the local ones and, most importantly, the bed was very comfortable. Whilst it was comfortable it was only about 6'0" long but it was wide and I had no problem sleeping diagonally. I am well used to this problem as I am rather tall.

      The bathroom was a wetroom shower with hot water (not needed in this climate) and regularly re-stocked toiletries including razors and shaving foam as well as the ...

      Sri Lanka

      A travel blog entry by i.a.c. on Oct 17, 2013

      22 photos

      ... organic mud cement, building with natural resources (mud, palm leaf, wood), learning how to make local Sri Lankan food, and of course get some very needed exercise! If you are thinking that I am the last person you can imagine looking after cows and goats, you are right! I lost 25 goats after they had been in my possession for 5 minutes. This was a day I will never forget! It was not funny at the time but now I look back it was hilarious. If you imagine a little white ...

      Archa, Punchis, Hoppers and Tusks

      A travel blog entry by timandtk on Jul 09, 2013

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... where we sat in a shaded cafe with all the other white people (Teeks in the minority again of course) while the gaggles of Sri Lankan familys and school trips gathered by the railings on the road. About 30 elephants then stampeded down the road contolled by 4 very small men armed only with sticks. We watched them swim in the river for 2 hours doing the classic water spraying thing. Awesome.
      Pinnawela was followed by a stop at Polgahawela temple, a ...