Tropical Beach House
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to help make sure you don't miss the key sites that include the turtle farm, lagoon and of course the surf. For me though, I'd rather wander around aimlessly looking for those diamonds in the rough including the beautiful street food and special Sri Lankan curry. We chose to skip the turtle farm which is arguably doing more harm then good in the fight to rescue the treasured ...
... gave in and crunched up a biscuit with some baby powder and hot water (staple diet for them) he ate about half but wouldn't drink any water. It's sad to say but I don't think he will lib very long. I bathed him and redressed him as and changed his bed sheet as the flies were swarming, put him back in his cot with the mossy net over. He cried when I put him down as that, I imagine is the only comfort and love he is shown all day. There were two ladies ...
... clearly did not understand things like 'only rows 1-12 can board now' or 'please form a single line’) and after reading bad stories about our airlines we were pleasantly surprised by a great service on board and we even got a discount of $3 on the bottle of Bacardi that we bought - what a nice surprise.
Visa processing queue went very quickly, we also got Sri Lanka’s SIM cards, our luggage was already waiting for us with no delay and even our pick up was already ...
... Rotty restaurant with only about 6 chairs in it. The chef made us rotties with fish, veg, cheese, and hoppers with eggs and bananas. Great food but incredibly spicy. Average price for 1 was around 60p so we had 5 each. We went back to the girls hotel with Steev where we had a few beers and chatted. The vibe was quite mellow as there was no music and it showed as Sam was pretty much asleep in his chair by 11. That was the cue for ...
... visit as he raced us from room to room so we could look out at various trees or track the birds as they moved.
I realise now that when a few birders get together in such an environment, (like the Hornbill Camp) it provides an excuse to literally run around, behaving like rumbustious teenagers made acceptable by the veneer of quasi scientific investigation. We were so lucky he happened to be there that day – true serendipity appropriate on ...