Ranjit's Ambalama

Address: 53/19, Torrington Avenue, Colombo, 00700, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 53/19, Torrington Avenue, Colombo, is near Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa), Mount Lavinia, Colombo National Museum, and Horton Plains National Park.
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      Old town drama but Buddhists are calmer

      A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jan 04, 2015

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      ... who was the second prime minister of Sri Lanka, elected in 1956 and assassinated three years later. He was a man of huge importance and a decade later his wife became the world's first female prime minister, ahead of Golda Mair in Israel and Indira Gandhi in India.

      We continue on past the few remaining colonial buildings not knocked down in the name of progress and come to the port, where we park and start our city walk. This is the ...

      Day one in Colombo!

      A travel blog entry by sarahinsrilanka on Dec 18, 2014

      6 photos

      ... seemed very friendly, everyone saying hello but not trying to continue talking or sell anything. I stopped in a 'hotel' (which is more like a cafe here) for breakfast and had daal with paratha. It was obviously a very 'local' place to eat and I was given butchers paper as a napkin. Everyone was very friendly, and within minutes all the seats were full! I had a 'short eat' - Sri Lankan specialties like samosas, though this one was filled with fish and vegetables rolled up like ...

      I made it....

      A travel blog entry by neeto on Nov 15, 2014

      ... I realised scar faced man was joking and the charge was actually quite reasonable, I expressed my gratitude as he had saved my bacon, (I was good enough not to use that phrase to the gentleman in question though) since there are no banks or ATMs in the national park and (anyway I still needed to pay for my accommodation I am currently using) tomorrow banks are definitely closed. Phew right?!

      the mosque we saw was very beautiful and I managed to get a few pictures ...

      Bangkok -> Colombo (Sri Lanka)

      A travel blog entry by bertnmarij on Aug 07, 2014

      8 photos

      ... only thing they have there are some taxi stands and travel agencies, no cozy restaurants or pubs, not even a supermarket. With a little bit of trouble and thirst, we succeed in finding an ATM. Voor 14€ brengt een taxi ons naar de stad. Een helse rit van anderhalf uur voor slechts 31km. Veel minder brommers dan in de rest van Azië hier maar veel meer tuktukjes. De verkeersregels bestaan erin om je zoveel mogelijk op te dringen en veel te ...

      Tiny bit of swimming teaching achieved.

      A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on Apr 24, 2014

      1 photo

      ... walk but really enjoyed the colouring and was very good, so we are going to try and take in more colouring pages next week. Again they are all fairly mixed in ability  but mainly around the same age unlike those at the home yesterday. It can be hard to work out what they are actually taking in sometimes as most don't have any English. Other activities we did included, clapping, pairs, skittles and building blocks. We finished off the session, after stringing up ...