Tropical Beach House
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa
... 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 ...
... enquires about price, to which we are told '35 euros a night' which is more than we were hoping to pay. We decide to head elsewhere and wait for Lorena and Marco to see their room. Meanwhile we are told we can have a room in the house for 4000 rupees a night, so we take a look. The rooms are basic and smell a bit damp but for a private beach and breakfast included we decide to take it. We are then offered the room next door, which is of a similar standard ...
... the local bus to Galle the next day, the bus ride is quite an experience in itself but id rather pay 25cents than 25 dollars to go by tuk tuk. Galle was hot, we wandered the streets any found crazy clarks type shops everywhere. The fort there is quite beautiful and still like an old dutch style village, very clean. After that we must have boarded the party bus pimped with flatscreen and pumping reggae and ...
... and buses, trucks and cars roar up and down the road at high speed. You take your life in your own hands when you try and cross the road. I have found a great place right on the beach close to the reefs. I literally walk from the restaurant down some stairs and I am on the beach. At high tide the waves wash up to the stairs and splash onto the deck. My room is on the first floor and has a little balcony opening onto the water. I wish I had found ...