Chaaya Tranz Hikkaduwa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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... decided to go for a drink, as we were all hungry and thirsty and extremely hot. We found a coffee shop and myself and Nai ordered ice coffees, and Annie tucked into a few cartons of Milo. We also munched through a packet of white chocolate puffs, our favourite. We found a lonely planet book on India so we're looking through that whilst waiting for our coffee. It was one of the worst ice coffees we had - super strong with a funky aftertaste. Me and Annie ...
... floor. It was rather empty and the music was trance, but the beach was lovely and there were fireworks at midnight marking Christmas Day! It started to rain, though only lightly. We stayed a couple of hours and met some Swedish people who were really lovely. I was quite cold and tired, so went home around one I think, but a couple of the others stayed up all night moving to another party. Christmas Day I woke up and went for a swim with Kieran, I ...
... only to find someone else sitting on the balcony on the room we were shown and when we asked the woman if we could go to our room she responded in the minimal amount of English 'I call boss'. We waited for about 15 minutes and we thought that they had overbooked and given our room away. We were both really annoyed because we had booked over the phone and if rooms aren’t taken off the internet fast enough they can actually be booked and paid for, so we thought we were being ...
... when we first went in, all but one boy seemed very reserved and reluctant to engage - a totally different reaction than we have been used to in Sri Lanka. There were only five boys at the unit, who are not allowed outside. They have no contact with parents, and there are lots of security measures in place to keep them inside. It's very sad to think that the rest of their life is determined by the choices they made ...
The morning starts with pancakes (which I fill with shop bought chocolate) and some sunbathing. We then grab the bus to Matara with Lorena and Marco. Fashion Bug is not the high street fashion you find in any UK city, but it is the most western clothing we've seen so far. The sizing is tiny and I give up on finding any pants that will fit me. The shop assistants are obviously amused by the new shoppers and I find them following us around, laughing every time I pick up an item ...