Chaaya Tranz Hikkaduwa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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... this. and crossed the first alley way to the main road. I am not sure if it was much better because now I was trying to not get run over by busses, tuk tuks, motorcyclists, and cars. There is not really a sidewalk. Then I over shot the hotel a bit, and realized that there was no more white people, and I was surrounded by local shops, food, and people.. so I turned around and ran back hoping I wasn't lost. I figured it out eventually! ...
... quite pathetic haha!! We went down to the same spot on the beach to watch the sunset and sure enough yet another local wanted to sit with us he was also a lovley young man who told us his life story and we had a laugh!! We then headed back to FaceTime people and had some dinner!! I ordered some red snapper and the chef came over and started chatting to us!! We thought Our food had been ages but it was only when we had complimentary soup sent out we realised he was supposed ...
... br> The Guesthouse is 1 minute from the beach just off the main road, great location. Our deluxe room was on the top floor with a large balcony, four poster bed, mozzie net, fan and a fridge. No A/C and we had hot water all the time. For £20 not bad, we had booked just 3 nights to begin with.
About 5pm on the balcony I heard a rustle in the trees , there were about 6 monkeys swinging in the trees, some landed on the roof of our room. I had just strung my washing out ...
... 300 rupees for a guided tour which is about £1 so that was a bargain, but then I was somehow persuaded into buying a turtle necklace for 1500 rupees which I know I will never wear. It should do nicely as a present for the family, plus it's for a good cause.
I have now had my first taste of spice in Sri Lanka. Francis stopped at this small place and ordered some sort of pastry ...
... and stopped off at a little cafe and had the best pizza in months.
Unawatuna was great but we needed to leave, most people were on holiday and not traveling and we were dangerously being led into this frame of mind, I even bought a carved statue of a stick fisherman which is very cool but I've now got to lug it around the world with us.
We packed up our gear said fair well and headed by tuk tuk to ...