Chaaya Tranz Hikkaduwa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... and jumping on) the number 2 to 'Hikkaduwa'.........we were welcomed by the conductor despite our big bags and the need to shove some locals to different seats to make room for us on the back row and we paid our 224 LKR and sat back to enjoy(ish) our 3 hour journey whilst looking forward to reaching our first beach resort.We eventually arrived hot and sticky and found our guesthouse where we quickly dumped our backpacks, packed our beach bag and off we ...
... then went in search of an Indian SIM card and an ATM. Having sought out both, I found an overpriced hotel near the airport and took a well needed shower, before heading down to their cafe to eat dinner and reflect on my trip. It was strange to so suddenly be alone again, even if it was for one day. I spent the rest of the evening in my room, flicking between the Indian and sparse few English channels on the small tv in my room, and chatting to family on the intermittent wifi, before going to ...
... lunch and decided to pre order some curry for the evening. When we came back for dinner the curries turned out to be some of the nicest Sri Lankan food we have had to date. Bridget had a devilled chicken curry which was nice and very spicy. I had a vegetable curry which was amazing and to my surprise consisted of 5 different dishes including, potato, beans, egg plant, Dahl and pineapple. Mirissa as a whole has certainly been our favourite place so far so let's see what Tangalle has to ...
... one is is Dalyan in Turkey) but we saw some turtles and the work they do to protect them which was lovely. We later arrived to the garden hotel round the corner from the airport ready for our last night in Sri Lanka. We were both tired and Dave still recovering from boat trauma so had another flipping veggie curry, more hepatitis debates and went to bed watching Erin brockovich (so annoyed about boat incident that I couldn't wait to ...
Once again we had a mammoth trip, we drove about 150kms and it took four and a half hours. We had our own little van, and stopped for a minute 3 times. It just takes so long to get anywhere. All the drivers are ratbags and sometimes it really isnt safe. they toot and then overtake, and then if there is something coming around the bend you just swerve and hope for the best. We havent seen any accidents so I guess its ...