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We had a little trouble finding the Tamara Motel in Hikkiduwa (pronounced hee-cad-oo-wah, or no one will know where you mean). The hotel is at the end of a narrow alleyway between two shops off the traffic-clogged Galle Road, - with just a tiny blue sign nailed to a tree that points the way. Our apartment block is right down the end, near the railway line - and when I say 'near' I really mean it (I can tell you're getting jealous already). When I mention the railway, ...
... like being in heaven.
Immediately after checking in we went to the beach for a walk. Massive waves took our attention and the boats were looking so fragile and the people were enjoying the high tide with surfers who were riding the waves. It looked very surrealistic as couple of days ago, we were in a different world.
The first day we decided that Hikkaduwa would be our base camp and we would be enjoying getting a proper suntan. Finally the trip started to ...
... provided Alex and I the opportunity to finally slow down, relax and enjoy beach life. We body-boarded in Mirissa, surfed in Weligama and snorkelled with a few elusive green turtle's in Hikkaduwa!
One of the best spots in Sri Lanka to learn how to surf is 10 minutes outside of Mirissa, in a small town called Weligama. What makes this spot perfect is the slow beach break allowing beginners to catch the small wave ...
... where his wife would cook us a legit curry with rice and 'wegetable'. He was a good honest Buddhist man so we thought it would be fun. This was organised for the 11th. In the sea we met Steev, a guy from California of Vietnamese decent who is actually living in Prague currently. He told us about where is good here etc and we agrees to join him for dinner later at one of his many recommendations. The place we tried was a local ...
... 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 ...