Gateway Airport Garden Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGateway Airport Garden Hotel Katunayake
Trying to put attention to detail, but it is a typical Middle Eastern lack of finishing things off. Also, the smell of humidity and mould pervade the country, but that is to be expected in the tropics.
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... later, we got our room which is where we are now. Finally getting to spread out and relax is like heaven! We are going to try and stay up late tonight to combat the jet lag......We'll see if we can make it!
I will try my best to post an update every day! However, this will depend on WiFi capabilities so I will do my best! Also, not many pictures to post yet but we are working on it and will be posting more soon!!
... worst case, I'll just have to wait until I get home and load them all then.
The scenes being shot were a two-hander between a woman and a younger man. I speak no Sinhalese but apparently things were not right between them, well not according to the script anyway as they were great friends offstage. With the light fading and after shooting was over, the crew and the two actors all wandered over in between setting out and I had a great chat with all of ...
Day – 01 Airport to Kalpitiya Beach
Kalpitiya Beach is one of the most Beautiful Beaches in Sri Lanka. Direct Sunshine ideal for Sun Bath for those who like to have a Hot Beach Stay.Bit of a Dry and warm Climate will give an good experience to customers those who like Warm ...
... would be fine so off we set to get there. On arriving there was a sign which read 'rooms' which I took as a positive sign but the chained gate and lack of an answer on knocking wasn't so positive. The tuk-tuk driver signalled for me to get back in and off he shot into the rain. A series of streets became alleys and eventually we pulled up outside a house with palm trees in the garden, there was a light on which looked encouraging and so out I ...
... Murray seems somewhat surreal. My trip here was uneventful with Emirates and a rather quick stop over in Dubai. I landed here at 8.00am this morning having been entertaining by Raj in the seat next to me all night as he regaled me with stories of his homeland whilst I tried to impress upon him my need for some shut eye.
After breakfast and a long ride to Su's home, I fell asleep only to wake in the late afternoon and go for a beachfront walk to watch all ...