The Ayubowan Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that we usually can find a suitable haven once we get searching properly. We trolled up and down the resort finding one or two nice places but not the "nirvana" that we were hoping for.
Eventually we resorted to good old "booking.com" and found what seemed to be a good resort some 2 or 3 miles down the road. We spent the night in Mirissa and ate in a beach restaurant beneath the stars. This would have been an exceptional experience if we could have eaten to ...
00.15 first off the plane. Thru scanners and up into the huge main terminal in no time at all. But with a couple of hours to kill. From end to end the hall is over 30 mins walk. We brows a section of duty free, phones, jewellery. No, I"m sure that forty years of marriage is wood or paper, not ruby coloured. Amanda has a hot chocolate at Paul. 5 euros. Put sandals on. 24 degrees.
Checked in with preprinted boarding pass at about 02.00, ...
... Tomb which include one woman and two men. Another, beautiful tomb was for the Prophet and his family and lastly a smaller tomb for the Emperor's barber! It's funny that a barber would have such importance but apparently back then the barber would gain a lot of information from the time he spend with the Emperor cutting his hair so perhaps he was a trusted confidant as well. After the sight seeing was over we headed to Delhi Haat which is a market where ...
... started talking about a cloth craft display. Ahhh, more things to sell us!!!!!! Sure enough, there was a shop to buy things after the craft technique was shown!! When we were finished here he talked about some kind of gem display. Well, it was a “high-end” jewelry store. He was trying to sell Kim bracelets and rings for thousands of dollars. I have seen them on the internet for less than a hundred.
... The train journey was again as interesting as always, featured a lot more beggars, and also our carriage was accompanied with lots of fabric and 6 wooden tables later on, luckily it wasn't a busy train. Once we got to Negombo we easily managed to get two Tuks Tuks to take us to the New Rani Inn where we were staying, lovely place and not along the main strip so not too expensive and hopefully quiet. We'd already heard heard that the beach here isn't ...