Tropical Beach House
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wires. It was a really big creature.
We were on the road almost half a day and afterwards we continued doing nothing on the beach. Later we went to our favourite red lobster restaurant and we had a yummy sea food platter with prawns, calamari, crab and of course two red lobsters.
One of the last days we woke up early morning as we went to see the fish market as I love this type of places so much, ...
... food poisoning :( we had a coach booked that evening so were trying to pack our bags in between being sick which was pretty rough. We got the 12hr sleeper bus to Mumbai which was pretty nice although the guy was throwing it round the bends and I was struggling to actually stay in the bed at points! When we got to Mumbai and eventually found a cheap hotel we felt so rough we just stayed in there for the rest of the day and I was still being sick :( The ...
... all, and still am at times now - but when you see the feedback and the responses you get - it's all worth it really!
Instead of going to HWH on Tuesday morning, I went to Thidora for the first time, to cover for an absent coordinator.
Thidora is AMAZING! I loved it so much.. It's a special needs project where people with downs symdrome mainly, are dropped off each morning by their families, and stay for a day of theatre related actitivies. There are some ...
... up my pannier-bag and my back **** itself. Could not have happened at a worse time but after 3 voltarin and a can of toughen-up I crawled off the bed, loaded the moto and rode south into the crazy mayhem of Colombo.
Sri lankans love their sports! As I was riding to Colombo through the beautiful Negombo lagoons there was a Marathon happening and Police were everywhere controlling the event. I thought I would be pulled over for sure, but they were too interested in the ...
Breakfast, taxi, enquire and now we're waiting on platform 5 for the 10:07 train to Hikkaduwa. A friendly old man approached us on the platform and we got talking, asking the predictable "where are you from?" and "where are you going?". He ultimately was trying to get us to stay at his villas down the coast, we declined gratefully as we already had accommodation booked (one thing I've leant is to try and book at least one nights accommodation before you arrive ...