Apa Villa Thalpe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Big storm during the night with lots of lightening and thunder but somehow the waves still managed to block out most of the noise. The end of the bed is a bit wet so we obviously have a leak in the roof so timely we are moving on today. Just found out we must have had more than one leak as was rearranging my backpack to find some clothes were wet luckily we have some time for them to dry before we leave this morning. Earlier we had a breaky of Sri Lankan omelet (with onion and ...
... of passageways from which there was no easy exit but eventually leaving strange artefacts through a gem store to the exit. I thought I would never get out of this enormous maze. ANIMALS. Horses, cats, dogs and cows roam the streets of the fort and we followed an elderly gentleman one evening who was leading his horse back to stables in a large walled garden. inviting us in while he fed his horses. We have spotted large monitor lizards on the ramparts, and tiny stripy ...
On 15 April, we walked to Weligama train station in time to catch our train at 6.30. The first train we saw was completely packed but someone on the platform advised us that the next one would be less busy. We decided to wait in the hope we’d have enough space for our bags. The train was late but turned up eventually. It was a good thing we waited for this one as it was completely empty and we could sit very comfortably for the 3.30 ...
... headed for the abused unit to meet the girls and the workers and just introduce ourselves. There was a lot more girls than I expected there to be. One building held 24 girls whereas the other held 26. It was quite an emotional experience! The girls asked me a lot of questions about my family and friends. Although I knew that the girls wanted to get to know me, I was still being quite cautious as I knew it was an emotional topic. However, all the girls were ...
... fun! We made a big bowl of Mojitos. I've been to the beach a few times, which is paradise (minus the sunburn ouch!). We are allowed to use a hotel pool and sun beds for a discounted price as Ashika knows the hotel. We also have a nice open roof top at the house which is perfect for sunbathing, so the tan is coming along nicely =D Friday was a full moon 'Poya' day which meant a day off teaching for us, so I went to Hikkaduwa, a local town a bit ...