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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... headed down the back of the property to a great pool for a swim. Later we met for drinks at the bar before walking out to the road and up and down the main road looking for somewhere to have dinner. In the finish we walked into Jetwings where they had 3 restaurants, all with set menu's and A la card!! We were early and ate very well as the restaurant started to fill with large tables of Chinese and well to do locals. We chose not to avail of the wine buffet after the ...
... love a good turtle egg omelet. Nowadays, theses species are endangered so we decide to visit a hatchery to give a donation and see how we can help.
We come out with mixed feelings about the whole experience. Sure, the locals are trying to help but everything is sort of done the wrong way. Ideally, these projects should be ran mostly by volunteers, who maybe can benefit from free lodging and food while they work at the project. This normally attracts ...
... to mention the craziest thing I have seen in Sri Lanka. Whilst walking to the girls home there was a massive rally for the cricket. There were people waving flags hanging out of cars, ten guys to a tuk, riding motorbikes stood up with no hands, men dressed as women, I guess you really had to be there but I captured a few seconds of it on my phone which I hope I can ...
This morning we visited Galle, a port city in the south of the island which is now Sri Lanka's fourth largest city. We spent a couple of hours exploring the old Dutch quarter, known as the Fort. On the way back to the hotel we passed through areas hit by the tsunami in 2004. We also stopped for a river cruise, the highlight of which was visiting a tiny island where we were given a tour of the Buddhist and Hindu shrines by the resident ...
... hotel, we set off at 2 am and past many street peddlers to where we started our pilgrimage, with hundreds of Sri Lankans, no one had mentioned this to us. The 11 km journey to the foot of Adams foot in the temple at the top of the peak (7,245 feet above sea level) was slow as we had to make our way past old ladies and young children who needed assistance from their families. Deanna's tummy was rumbling from dinner the night before. ...