Aquarius Sports Resort
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Marawila
... some three generations ago. This real plantation house promised a true Sri Lankan experience high on the hills of Galagederia that fall away to the dry lands to the north. It was certainly much warmer than Nuwara Eliya.
Emil Van der Poorten had returned from thirty years in Canada after the Tsunami and with his wife Arlene set about transforming their plantation house into a European concept bed and breakfast, where you lived with ...
... Dana national
park where there are also beautiful mountains to the Dead sea and did the
traditional float and mud bath
If I tell you that this is my first opportunity to get to a computer and that
there have been two power cuts which meant I have had to write this 3 times I m
sure you will forgive the spelling errors and understand that the beach and sea
are calling !
It was another ...
... single day.
There is interesting history here, both religious and secular, ruins of temples and cities that go back 2500 years, and evidence that the country has been torn by war both in ancient times and now, and also by nature in the form of the 2004 tsunami. There is a definite military presence all over the country - not obtrusive, but it is there. It makes sense that the military didn't just furlough all the soldiers when ...
... and travellers, mostly from India, but also from East Asia and the Middle East. Many stayed on, and over the generations they assimilated and intermarried, converted and converted back again. The island’s history, like that of its ethnicities, is one of constant flux and shifting dominance. Nonetheless, the contemporary Sri Lankan take on history is deeply political and marked by deep ethnic divides – divides that may be totally ...
... Was certainly the best thing I've eaten since I left. Off to the airport tomorrow morning to catch a flight to Delhi. Really enjoyed Sri Lanka, I think it was good preparation so India won't be so overwhelming. I'm think I'm now used to tuk tuk's, stray dogs, crazy traffic, spitting, non existent personal space, rubbish hotels and people trying to sell you things constantly. Although I think India is on a different scale of ...