Dalmanuta Gardens - Ayurvedic Resort & Restaurant
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... or two as well.Bentota is the most ideal place for snorkeling between November and April, as the sea is not rough. Even other times of the year are all right, but the sea is a bit rougher. If you look for budget equipment, you won't fail. Just have a walk around and you will find good snorkeling equipment for a reasonable rate.There is a reason why you should visit Bentota beach for snorkeling. As you snorkel in the deep waters of Bentota beach, you will encounter vast stretches ...
Apart from a brief 6.30am awakening, I slept all morning and then part of the arvo. It was amazing and just what I needed. I met a New Zealand couple last night who were living in the room next to me. They were so friendly and invited me to a traditional Sri Lankan place for dinner but I really wanted steamed veggies and fish! So I went to fort printers which is a little pricey but it was date ...
... a go herself. It was surprisingly comfortable. But did she catch a fish??? You will have to watch the video to find out! http://tinyurl.com/JodyStiltFishing The next day we spent in Galle town doing some shopping, visiting the markets which have amazing displays of fruit and ...
... club and effectively ended his playing career. I nearly ruptured another disc in my spine trying to force a quart sized kitbag into a pint sized luggage rack but I managed it eventually and took one of the last seats. Amidst the cries of the hawkers who sold mostly peanuts, cold drinks and fresh fruit we slowly rattled our way out of Fort and onto the Coast Line. Good stuff, I'm on the move and off to explore this fantastic ...
... permanently. It was a small operation, with dedicated staff. They (like Karu) were also still rebuilding after the Tsunami which destroyed everything and killing many staff. The guy who took me around suggested that if I could return at sunset, then I could help with the release the turtles - great.
After this visit we were due to visit the Mangrove swamps for a boat trip, but Karu felt it was too early in the day. So he suggested a visit to a ...