Tropical Beach House

Address: Galle Road, Hikkaduwa, GL P 80240, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Galle Road, Hikkaduwa.
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Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa

Happy hellos and sad goodbyes

A travel blog entry by laurastoker on Oct 24, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... patient!? The rest of the evening consisted of more beers in the bar with Offie, whilst trying to avoid a different, older German couple, who insisted on joining us, trying to dominate the conversation, and mildly offending everyone with their strong views on pretty much everything. Offie escaped for a Skype, and we escaped to a bar over the road to reflect on our whirlwind adventure that was coming to an end. Briefly meeting Offie again to say our goodbyes, we then headed back to ...

Let's begin the tour.

A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Feb 19, 2014

4 photos

... so the King had him murdered on
21st August 1640. His poor wife arrived after his murder and so turned
straight round to return home.

Be careful who you deal with!

You cannot actually enter the bastion but it is interesting to look at it and learn about the history."

So that is the story of Akersloot and the unfortunate Coster, so now you know. There is plenty more still to see in the Fort and I am having a productive day today so stay tuned.

Diving course and cinnamon festival

A travel blog entry by josefinenilsson on Dec 28, 2013

16 photos

... impossible...) with that in mind this was quite a big step for me. but after i did the bungy jump i can't believe anything could be worse! not even being 15 meters under the sea. it was me and three chill guys (american and australian) doing the course. they had previous diving experience and were way more relaxed about everything than me. on our first day we went to a close by ...

Hikkaduwa, hippy capital of the 60's

A travel blog entry by sheath27 on Oct 07, 2013

4 comments, 7 photos

... pizza I have had. A 10 metre walk to my room and it was lights out at 8pm (I am such a party animal:-)
I was up at 6am and the back was a bit better but still sore. A couple of Voltarin, half a can of toughen-up, a shave and a shower saw me on the road by 6.30am. Hikkaduwa's claim to fame was that it became the capital for hippies and alternates in the 60's and you can still feel that vibe today. It is built on a beautiful ...

Mirissa and Galle

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Apr 29, 2013

5 photos

... to a bit of fire poi on the beach. After dinner we went for a stroll down the beach and were not 200 metres from the restaurant when we saw a rock in the shallows that was gradually making its way up the beach. Realising it was no rock, we quickly turned into makeshift conservationists, keeping people back, telling off dogs etc. Over the next 45 minutes or so we watched as a leatherback turtle crawled up, made her nest, laid her eggs and pottered off back from whence she came. ...