Dalmanuta Gardens - Ayurvedic Resort & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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The 2004 tsunami that hit south east asia did much damage to the east coast of Sri Lanka. There were many victims both human and animal. Amongst them, the turtles of Sri Lanka suffered the biggest death toll. Sri Lanka is home to 5 big species of turtles, they live for about 60 years and can reach 2 meters long. There are many conservation projects trying to give a helping hand for the turtle especially the babies that are victims of natural predators and also local ...
... and so through choice, her mother put her here where she will stay until she is 18. She's my fave, she was like "love is the problem, but love is also the answer"... How poetic haha! The girls were doing our hair today too, they are lovely! Have attached a few photos although we are not allowed to take pictures with the children we are working with at these units because of the circumstances surrounding them being in ...
... content myself with a photograph of whatis a fairly impressive building although t did strike me that architecturally it looked rather more like a European Christian church than a mosque. It is not of huge historical importance having only been built in 1904 on the site of the old structure dating to the mid 18th century but it is a pleasant building to look at and like the lighthouse (see separate tip) although ...
This morning we visited Galle, a port city in the south of the island which is now Sri Lanka's fourth largest city. We spent a couple of hours exploring the old Dutch quarter, known as the Fort. On the way back to the hotel we passed through areas hit by the tsunami in 2004. We also stopped for a river cruise, the highlight of which was visiting a tiny island where we were given a tour of the Buddhist and Hindu shrines by the resident ...
... of oddities. A quick trip to Galle new town revealed a more normal Sri Lankan hub of activity. Also home to the most crazy bus station we've encountered: a sight by itself, even on Poya Day, a mess of buses crammed into every space, 'taxis' lined up in ranks, pedestrians risking life and limb to cross the busy roads, and street vendors in every form hawked their goods.
Back in Galle Fort, the sleepy town had woken up some what. Many Sri Lankans were crowding the ...