Aida Ayurveda & Holistic Health Resort
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In this small island called Sri Lanka, there is a beautiful place called Bentota. If you love being around water, this is the place you must visit without fail. A beach in Bentota means, you are in for many popular water sport activities. Just think over what water sport you are fond of and then choose the destination accordingly.
Manny travellers visit Sri Lanka as the country is a popular destination for surfing and wind surfing. The country has been ...
... angry at his parents. There are serious complications associated with dengue, including haemorrhagic fever, which is life threatening. Poor little fellow... I hope enough people warn the parents about dengue so they take more care and get the kid to hospital if he starts showing signs. Jo, Poonie's kitchen owner, said she has had dengue 6 times over the 15 years she has lived here! The doctors had told her she was going to ...
... up by a nice massage. Jody opted for a foot massage but as her foot was still very swollen and she was having trouble getting her flip flops on, they decided to help her out with it. By smearing red gunk all over her foot and telling her not to wash it off for several hours. It was such a mess. One of our favourite stops on this trip was next. The "Virgin White Tea" tea plantation. They still use the original old machinery ...
... catching up on Game of Thrones and starting the first series of Homeland. Whilst in Bentota we saw lots of wildlife including a massive Iguana in the guest house garden, huge fruit bats and fire flies. We also tried a couple of traditional Sri Lankan dishes. One really nice one was called Kottu which when we ordered we didn't have a clue what it was going to be. It was roti bread diced up with veg and spices, really tasty. Bentota has restored our faith in Sri ...
... my way although I absolutely respect people's right to do such things and wish them well in their respective endeavours. Chacun a son gout as I believe the French have it. I don't do things just to tick them off a list although I did determine myself to make a greater effort to visit the WHS's. Come on, these are places defined as being hugely important for one reason or another and I really should make the effort. If you want to ...