Nisala Arana

Address: 326/1 Circular Road, Bentota, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 326/1 Circular Road, Bentota, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Only two weeks left :(

      A travel blog entry by chloepowell123 on Jul 29, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... my hand and said I was his white sister which was very sweet. Another man also noticed I have very small ear lobes and was completely confused by the fact my ear lobes are joined to my head. I explained that its due to genes but he just pointed and laughed :( The matron at one of the hospitals yesterday also noticed my earlobes and was trying to pull them off my head telling me to bring some scissors next time and she will sort them out. HELP?! ...

      Sinharaja Forest Reserve

      A travel blog entry by couillard on Mar 07, 2014

      22 photos

      ... having fun yet? We have a special product to spray on our shoes and socks to keep the leeches at bay, the pump seems block so nothing is coming out of the spray. Lovely! Francois had about 10 leeches on each foot as he stepped off the main path into the bushes in order to get a better bird picture. They are really tiny, about the size of a spaghetti noodle but that is before they latch on to you, as I quickly learned. They are ...

      Galle Fort Revisited

      A travel blog entry by arunkakati on Aug 16, 2013

      10 photos

      ... us important landmarks with interesting details as add- ons. The Fort was originally built by the Portuguese but it reached its glory during the Dutch occupation. The buildings reflect the Dutch grandeur... the Dutch Reformed Church, the Lighthouse, the Magistrates Office. Shakheel told us that while the officers and rulers were Dutch at that time, the cooks, waiters, "khansamas" bearers were Sri Lankan Moors. This is why many of the small shops are still run by Muslims. A ...

      Whale watching (without the whales) and TURTLES!

      A travel blog entry by bransdenwebster on Apr 12, 2013

      ... so couldn't swim properly and some had lost fins to sharks/fishing nets. Several types were displayed - we saw green turtles, olive ridleys, leatherbacks, hawkbills, and even an albino white variety (we thought it was quite funny that the first hatchery had named theirs Michael Jackson until we discovered that the others had done the same). Being in Kosgoda, all sites had been affected by the tsunami, and handlers told us stories of men 'grabbing' ...

      Galle Fort, Tiny turtles and lakeside beauty

      A travel blog entry by kateschronicles on Feb 14, 2013

      84 photos

      ... the naval guardhouse, and barracks rounded out a system that closely linked prosperous trade to military security.

      The fort of Galle was handed over to the English only on 23 February 1796, one week after the surrender of Colombo. As a British protectorate, Galle remained the administrative centre of the south of Ceylon. A number of unfortunate modifications were then made: ditches filled in, new blockhouses added, a gate put in between the Moon bastion and the ...