Chaaya Tranz Hikkaduwa
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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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... along the ground, - rattling the window panes, the cups in their saucers and the fillings in your teeth as it honks and parps its ear-splitting horns all the way through town. As incredible as it sounds, by the end of the week, I wake up at 6.30am, and realise that I have slept through the early train without a murmur. I am still amazed about this one.
After the train has gone the railway line becomes a hive of activity, - children skip up and down it, ...
... to have look but he was right back grabbing the camera and saying that there were 2 green turtles being fed with sea weed. I could have not believed as this was another childhood dream of mine and I was so excited to see these amazing creatures. There was also a guy from a turtle rescue centre handing out the sea weed for people to feed them. We found out that these turtles are there on the same spot every day – nice one :)
Just a note on the side - good idea is ...
... irritating. I managed to get them not to do that by asking them to show their boards at the same time when we say. I have found that the children here are not really taught discipline. General things that we are used to at schools in England, listen when the teacher talks, wait until a person has finished talking before asking a question, holding hands up, please and thank you. Things that are thought of as unacceptable back ...
... have waited a few months and saved a few pounds and gone there instead..
We did some whale watching price comparisons and booked at a little italian place on the junction near out hotel for 3000 rpees each. All except raja are much of a muchness so doesnt really matter what boat you go for etc. Raja is twice the price.
... as close as possible. This wasn't good to see as the whales wouldn't take in enough oxygen as they would dive down quickly to avoid the boats. Raja was annoyed by this and said when he first started there was only two boats and now there were fifteen! We waited for the same whale to resurface. This time it came up much shorter only five minutes due to the boats from before. It was amazing to think of these animals as the biggest ever to be on the planet with 400 in the Indian ...