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Loved this hotel, extremely glamorous, if a few eccentricities at times
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There's a pagoda beside the jetty of Philipkutty Farm that has a view I'd be happy to call paradise, and when I emerge from our cottage at 6.30am our yoga teacher, Surdeep, is setting up mats in it facing the lightening sky. I walk over to him and introduce myself in the quietness of the morning and he takes hold of my arm and looks at me …
We spend the afternoon sat out by the pink pool with the contents of our minibar while Ibizan chillout beats are pumped out for our sole benefit.
About 5.30 we hop into a tuk tuk and take the ten minute drive to the famous Galle Face Hotel, where our concierge has reserved us a table at their pool bar to watch the sun set into the Indian …
Walking through the centre of Colombo is a draining experience in more ways than one. Not only is it ferociously hot - much more so than Kerala - and incredibly humid, but I have aching legs and stomach muscles after yesterday's yogic exertions. Surdeep really took it to another level.
But the indulgence of Christmas, combined with the …
Colombo Leaving Penang we were expecting 3 days at sea as we made our way to the Maldives. Unfortunately there has been political unrest there in the last few days and a state of emergency was declared. Oceania is obviously keen to avoid trouble and made the decision to pull into Colombo, Sri Lanka instead. This leg was reduced to just two sea days. The Island of Ceylon was off the starboard side of the ship all Sunday ...
Today we were regular tourists.
Besides our lovely Sri Lankan breakfast, which included a coconut chipata bread, a soy sauce like slaw and of course eggs and fruit.
We took a cab to the local market area, which was absolutely packed, so we just stayed in the car until we upon the old red and white mosque, which we got out and took pictures of. Then we traveled on to the center on Fort. First stop was the old lighthouse, and then a mosque on stilts on the water ...