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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... daal and many many more. Our first taste of Sri Lankan food was incredible! The dishes all packed a flavorsome punch and we both went back for seconds. That night we went and got massages as a welcome to Sri Lanka treat. Getting pampered for an hour was the perfect way to unwind from our trip through India. The next morning we went to Gangaramaya Temple, set in the middle of Beira Lake in the heart of Colombo. The temple is a beautiful, ...
This blog: Waves and wild life in the surfing town Arugam Bay. Exploring the Hill country with hikes around Ella, Adams Peak the highest point in Sri Lanka, giant bats in Kandy and tea field trekking. Great train rides. Exploring Ancient Anuradhapura by bicycle and seeing the world's oldest tree. Diving and spending some time in a hammock in chilled out Trincomalee. Food in Sri Lanka. Prices and accommodation at the bottom.
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... left just in time to eat dinner, pack and head to bed. I had a tuk tuk come to get me at 3 am to start my very long, round about way for getting home. From Sri Lanka I flew 4 hours to Mumbai where I had a wonderful 24 hour layover. I wasn't able to get a transit visa so I was stuck in the air port. its a small one room airport under construction, full of mosquito's and nothing exciting go see or do. A big shout out to Leah, Sam and Brianna who kept me electronically company ...
... It was a great mix of levels and so nice to see them all improving. All the kids are so cute and I particularly enjoyed teaching the monks, they were cheeky & fun & loved playing games! On our last day at the the projects we threw a party for the kids with cake & games like musical chairs, much fun was had by all!
When I wasn't volunteering I filled all my free time and still there's lots I ...
... are. I'll bet a really good Museum like Utrecht or York would have cost a fraction of that monstrosity I saw yesterday and would ultimately be far more profitable. Right, enough of me dictating policy to a sovereign nation, the images and my tip from VT will tell you all you need to know.
"It is no secret to anyone having read my other pages here on Virtual Tourist that I love railways and take every opportunity to "ride the rails". I suspect ...