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TravelPod Member ReviewsJetwing Blue Negombo
We paid to use the pool facilities for our last two days in Sri Lanka was lovely, and on the Sunday we treated ourselves to the buffet lunch, brilliant selection and great food.
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Well, the flight to Colombo was about 3.5 hours and it was 6am Australian time before we made it to our hotel. Needless to say we were exhausted! Colombo airport was a little unusual. Between immigration and baggage were the usual suspects of duty free including makeup and alcohol but these were dominated heavily by white goods stores that would …
My last placement was cancelled, unfortunately we had got to the college before we were told. Again very typical, but it meant I could have a lime juice, eyebrows and hair trimmed (220rs for both) before packing my suitcase. We then all headed to a roadside restaurant near us called the Kitchen.The others had been there before after a dance …
Na een lange vlucht kwamen we rond 02:00 aan op het vliegveld in Colombo, wat in werkelijkheid dichterbij Negombo ligt. Omdat Sunethra stage had gelopen bij het hoofdkantoor van Jetwing in 2008 hadden we besloten om bij een van die hotels onze eerste nacht door te brengen.
Eenmaal aangekomen bij het hotel rond 04:00 bleek dat het hotel …
... bed. We had hopped to stay an extra night but he was booked so had to work out what to do the next morning. I have no idea why I thought about it but after breakfast I suddenly thought – where's my credit card. Total panic ensued. Purse and bag emptied, nope nothing. I remembered getting the cash out and the receipt but not the card itself. Bugger!! As soon as I realised what ...
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6:30am was the beginning of what we expected to be a long and arduous journey to Hikkaduwa. Arriving by tuktuk at the bus stop and were ushered in the direction of the highway bus that was filled with well dressed Sri Lankans on their way to work. After what I think was us bargaining for a price to take our backpacks on the bus we found ourselves sitting in a very comfortable airconditioned seat. Could it really be ...