Dalmanuta Gardens - Ayurvedic Resort & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... the mod cons. The place is on the banks of the Bentota River and whilst sitting outside the room we saw some very colourful birds and Sea Eagles overhead. After some instruction and guidance on direction from the owner, we set off towards the town. Perhaps a twenty minute walk down a lane, across the railway line and the river where the town of Aluthgama engulfed us. A very busy place with everyone going about their business in ...
... take a selfie. Jenny asked if they would like us to take their photograph, then volunteered me to do so. We headed on around the Pagoda and exited passed the other temple as the European lass and her local guide were exiting. The 'priest' called out to us but I pressed on down the rough pathway to Jungle Beach. The group of young locals were in front of us and I noted the guys had arms around each other but there was no contact with the girls. The stairs had ...
... were so happy and excited to see us! We took them outside for a while and played some volleyball, football and pass. I thoroughly enjoyed my day!! It was amazing being able to spend such an important time with a Sri Alan family- to see the traditions (being given beetle leaf) and being welcomed to join in with their celebrations. I feel like I've definitely become more culturally aware since my time in Sri Lanka. It's definitely ...
... this swimming construction gave us a good idea of the variety of animals living in Bentota river. We saw a „small“ crocodile as well as a goanna. Even though all the inhabitants seem to be nice at first, they are all trying to get our money by selling selfmade stuff, which can be quite annoying sometimes. Well tanned and happy we are looking forward to the next days here in Bentota, Sri Lanka.
... English. Great fun. We arrived at around 19:00 and checked into Ayodhya 'resort & spa' after our tuk tuk driver drove 5 seconds into the car park. It was still pouring with rain, the room was spacious and cheaper than all the ones in the Lonely Planet so we couldn't say no. For dinner I had a vegetable kottu which is loads of finely (very) chopped veg and salad with also very finely chopped pancake ish tasting and looking thing. Very filling and very cheap at 170 ...