Palm Beach Inn And Sea Shells Cabanas
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... lane and in to the yard and a welcoming committee. The resort was built on Coco Bay, a shallow bay, not as clean as we are used to, but protected from the main ocean with a headland resulting in gentle waves and no rips. The rooms were sensational, and we had a butler who explained we had many menu's, minibar, room service dining, pillow and soap menu - I chose the Alo Vera, may help the sunburn!! We chilled on the balcony until we heard a lot of ...
... they have. I think I left the go pro on overnight......so no video today! Colombo sprawls for what seems hours, before we find our lunch resturant. Very simple and very cheap. Chicken curry, rice, roti and condiments......maybe $8 for the both of us. Spicy, semi hot (although some of the condiments a little too spicy for L), but overall nice. Connected to the restaurant is a bakery. L buys this treacle cake, made from the sap of a ...
... its culture. I've learnt some information this week about the certain foods that are ate and about what happens on their new year days but I'm excited to learn some more. This weekend we headed deep into the Kannaliya Rainforest to see some snakes and beasties, unfortunately we only seen one and it was tiny (I'm secretly very happy!). It was nice to get away from the hustle and bustle of Galle and escape to the Sri Lankan countryside. Heck, I even felt ...
We decided that on the 26th that we should start heading back to the airport for our next fight to Kuala Lumpur, so we stopped off in Galle for two nights as we loved it soo much, and we did finally get to watch a cricket match, tho it was only a local one.
... we arrived Laura guarded our bags and I went off searching for our next hotel. The first one I was shown was 3500 rupees for the night which is about £17 a night, I tried to haggle price down but he wouldn't so I left. The next place was much nicer and at only 2500 rupees (£12) a night it was a steal. We quickly put our things in the new room and went to explore. We walked through the streets and bought ...