Apa Villa Illuketia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... a fellow from Exeter, similarly afflicted by sports dementia arrived and we spent a few minutes shooting the breeze and swopping whimsical thoughts about cricket and cricketers!
The visit here brought home just how devastating the tsunami had been for southern Sri Lanka. The whole southern coast line had been devastated by the tidal wave with over 35,000 people killed and more than 500,000 injured. The tremor was so violent that it was felt as far away ...
... was dark by the time we got there. Along the way, we were driving through a smaller town when we hit a lot of traffic and realised that up ahead there was a huge crowd of people and a lot of noise. Ben and I both had the same thought I think, as I turned down the radio and we each closed our windows and locked our doors in the fear of being caught in a political riot (the first election since the end of the war is being held on the 8th). However, as we got ...
... us, 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 ...
... left on the majority of them. A dude at Mirissa told Col they pump a lot of sand in before high season. Anyway our driver took off like a maniac then seemed to slow down. It's interesting how they are always using their mobiles whilst driving too. Bus let us out at the Galle cricket stadium which is one of three international fields they use the others being in Kandy and Colombo. We then walked up to the fort stopping to have a ginger beer before locating guest room. Lady showed ...
... not resist) and we ended by a swim in the waterfall: what a great experience!!
Today, we decided to stay in Deniyaya for another night as we learned there are some nice sights around town and also because our family is looking after us as if we were their children.
This morning’s breakfast was so delicious. Really strong coffee, nice toasted bread and the highlight: curd with fruits and a sort of honey nectar taken from one of the ...