Asian Jewel Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa
... beach side restaurant with sun beds in front. I sat myself down, staring at three sun beds and an umbrella. It was just like being on holiday with mum and dad. When we head to the beach, we find three sun beds and one umbrella. It took me a good while to realise they weren't going to pop up but they were, most definitely, there in spirit. Really helped that the beach was very us, too. Quiet but not empty. Enough people to people watch and enough sand to enjoy a little walk along. The ...
... to a three (or possibly four hour, - no one is quite sure) ordeal by railway. Hawkers squeeze between and past you onto the moving train with their paniers full of chopped pineapple, cold drinks, prawns, peanuts and children's toy balloons; occasionally there is a tap on your leg from the cane of a blind beggar who holds out his cupped palm for small change; latter on a small lady with just gnarled stumps for hands bumps you on the arm and sings right at you until ...
... be teaching the class. I was quite early so we sat on the mats and talked about each of our trips. She had met her husband, an Israeli man, two years ago in India and gotten married a year later. Both of them loved travelling so they moved around, spending six months in hikkaduwa where she taught yoga and he did 'healing sessions'. More people came and the class was fantastic - but so hard given the heat and that I hadn't done any exercise in ...
... his resort here. We were lucky to get him as he was an excellent cook and took personal care of his guests. He was assisted by Laxman , his man Friday . Between the two the resort ran smoothly and during the tourist season in winter other helpers chipped in .
As it was the off-season there were only two couples , a honeymooning Ukranian twosome and us, which gave the place the privacy as in our home with an in-house cook and bearer . It is best ...
... flavour. I also had a go at making my own roti which was actually a lot harder than it looks but the end result wasn't too bad. Pleased with all our dishes we sat down in the family garden and tucked in. Gayani had said that she didn't have any plans for her birthday but whilst we were eating our curries her friends and family started turning up and a surprise party had been arranged for her. The next thing we know we are joining in with Sri Lankan singing and dancing, there's ...