Hotel Ceysands

Address: Aluthgama, Bentota, Sri Lanka | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Aluthgama, Bentota, is near Mirissa Water Sports.
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Travel Blogs from Bentota

Hold on to your hats, we're off!

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Feb 06, 2015

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... overtake in the full knowledge a bus was heading right for us. We arrived at the Riverside Inn Fuji at about 1pm and was greeted by the owner Mr Kumara, a middle aged gentleman who sat us by the river and brought us a drink of 'sour apple', a brown looking liquid which had a taste that should have made it technicolor! We have never tasted anything so different and pleasant. Now, Mr Kumara is a very personable chap, however at times, ...


A travel blog entry by mariaobrien on Aug 07, 2014

... and our final hotel we said our goodbyes to Senebi. We were lei'd (like in Hawaii ) where they put a garland of flowers around your neck - even Keith HA! Today was pure lazy just hanging our by the pool, reading, eating and drinking. And pretending we were rich checking out the in hotel jewellers. Hilarious! Don't expect much the next few days as it'll be all pool and reading! ...

Sri Lanka - Galle

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jan 23, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... amount of people, in this case mainly locals, which guarantees a solid rotation of food. Once the food is given out regularly you have a lower to chance to get something spoilt and subsequently get sick. We believe this is one of the basic survival rules in countries such as Sri Lanka or India.

Regarding the city of Galle it used to be the main seaport of the island before Colombo port was developed. Its main attraction is the Fort built by the Portuguese in 1619.The ...

Sri Lanka Impressions

A travel blog entry by hotspothunters on Jan 18, 2014

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... territory. We walked with holy cows, in between TukTuks (small indian taxis with three wheels) and even though seeing much poverty all the people surprised
us with their friendly attitude and smiles. For all the children we were the highlight of the day! After a long walk in the heat of the sun somebody told us that there is a buddhism temple that we could visit for free. So we decided to go. On the way we saw ...

Hikkaduwa or Hiduwakka?

A travel blog entry by whereiskatie on Apr 27, 2013

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... houses crowd the beach front, many of which adhere to no kind of building regs: propped with sand bags and looking very tatty. The tsunami took a great deal of sand away, and beach erosion is a problem. Sea water accumulates in stagnant pools, and litter marks the tide line. Furthermore, the surf is no good for us! The waves are rough, unpredictable and break too shallow.

All that aside, it's cheap, sunny, chilled and quiet. We had a go on some ...