Apa Villa Illuketia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... incredibly, that Trip Advisor refuse to allow her onto their books. That's madness. This is easily one of the best places, and value for money, that we have stayed in in our two months away. It has a four poster bed with mosquito net, beautiful wall hangings and hippy signs about love, peace and humanity everywhere. Not to mention the kitchen facilities and a beautiful hot shower, a balcony overlooking one of the main streets in the fort, and ...
... all day! We explored the fought which i'm sure would of been very enjoyable in good weather. Had a lovely lunch in a cafe and walked to the sea with all the fishing boats and fresh fish market :) After half day we decided to get the bus to Marissa. (40 baht)
... it finally hit me. It was my last day at the school and that I was travelling back home soon- I don't want the experience to end! Saying goodbye to all the children and all the staff I've made friends with during my placement at the school was very emotional. One of the grade 2 teachers calls me her daughter and on the last day she was begging me to stay and live with her. It's when you create such strong bonds with someone like that you start to question whether or not to stay ...
From Mirissa, we took a bus to Galle for the day. The old fort had a historic feel from the Dutch influence. There wasn’t too much to see apart from some nice views and we pottered around, walking along the walls of the fort. We had numerous interactions with the locals though. There was a school group who had an assignment to talk English with foreigners so we were immediately targeted. An old man who walked along the fort ...
... such lovely woman, it was a taste of home and really nice to be cared for in a maternal way. The home cooking was to die for, we spent the evenings playing cards, chatting, drinking and listening to Dan play his guitar. We arrived in the city during the annual cricket match/tournament "lovers quarrel" between the two most prestigious boy schools in Sri Lanka. This year was the 109Th match. The first night was a pep rally of sorts, the streets were clogged with people of all ages ...