Asian Jewel Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... owner's son) tells me that this will not be a problem at all as the trains stop running at nightime, and don't pick up again until at least 6.00am when the first one trundles through on the way to Galle. - After a while we will hardly know they are there. This turns out to be quite an understatement, as the first one that came flying through this morning at 5.30am nearly jolted me out of bed and sent me running to the window. Up close the train sounds like a ...
... the time thus not counting as an 'activity'.
There are plenty national parks nearby and we decided to do a jungle walk in the Kennaliya Rainforest which is a part of the Sinharaja National Park. It was supposed to be only a half day trip from 7am till 2pm and the day started extremely well because on the way to the rainforest not even 30 minutes on the road my wife yelled out to our driver to stop as she saw something massive in a rives ...
... holiday feel to it. :)
The tanning venture started the next morning but my extremely pale skin was bright red after few hours on the sun - we were using sunscreen with factor 50 but it was not enough so we bought local 90. This was a big mistake as this ****** piece of garbage did not work at all, it was actually even worse and our skin was turning deep red.
When we were leaving the beach my husband noticed a crowd of people making photos of something in the sea so ...
... rocks. If it breaks it brings good luck. About half the town consists of nothing but the stalls selling the fruit and brightly coloured garlands for offerings. Very few Europeans visit the Temple as although they visit Yala, it is usually such a flying visit that they don't have time for the town.
The remainder of the town seems to comprise 'Rests', accommodation for the pilgrims. Many of these are run by large organisations so there is a Ceylon Bank ...
... on my part and much persuasion on his part, I finally accepted only to find out that he had a whole lot of offers to make for tours, transportation, meals etc... I told him I was staying one night only and was leaving in the morning. I think I will have to systematically stop the conversation from now on, as soon as I see where ...