Chaaya Tranz Hikkaduwa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsChaaya Tranz Hikkaduwa
A great place. Must stay place according to me. But for the not so readily avaialble english speaking staff, a great place.
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... br> And at night, love story begins... I was at hotel reception to get better wi-fi signal and 2 beautiful Bielorussian girls sat next to me... after a while, one of them left and the other started talking to me... in Russian... I told her that I don't speak Russian (guess she could read that on my "eing" face anyway)... she didn't talk more... ok, I know, not a good love story... but it continues the next day...
... t wait to find out. After the A/C problem is sorted out, Shara asks us if we'd like hoppas for breakfast, and we all say 'yes' real quick. - Hoppas are wafer thin bowl-shaped pancakes with a thicker pancake blob at the base, often filled with egg. Sometimes we have string hoppas which are thin brillo pads of white vermicelli-like stuff eaten with dahl and cocunut sambal, and are seriously delicious. Across the road lives Tharanga and his family, - a very chirpy and ...
... after looking at the faff with the trains we decided to pay the £30 and do it in comfort!). Hikkaduwa is the perfect beach destination if you want to eat, drink and surf. I couldn't spend longer than the three days we had planned but I'm sure that's more my thinking I am missing something amazing by just laying in the sun! Some of the sights we saw in Hikkaduwa was a big 'Cinnamon Festival' by the Hindus, they were dressed in fabulous colourful traditional ...
... school on Wednesday and the girls finished their time in Baby Orphanage, we headed to the remand unit for badly behaved boys. There are only 5 boys locked in this remand unit. Such individuals are locked in such a facility as they are awaiting court cases for the crimes (mostly petty) which they have committed. When we arrived we met the boys and tried to speak English with them but their knowledge of the language is very limited. Due to committing such crimes, ...
Tough start at 6am for the whale watching. I managed to get us a price of 3000 rupees (£15 each) which is half or sometimes a third of the usual rate. The journey was meant to be 3 hours but ended up being 6 with half of them being taken up by me spewing my guts off the side of the boat. On a positive note, we saw a couple of whales, about 50 dolphins and a huge turtle. ...