Club Hotel Dolphin

Kammal South, Waikkal, 61110, Sri Lanka | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Kammal South, Waikkal.
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    Travel Blogs from Waikkal

    SOME MAGIC MOMENTS OF SRI LANKA.

    A travel blog entry by cathykate8 on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... actually has many health benefits as well. SERENDIP Sri Lanka is also known as Serendip, so a few memories of serendipitous moments seems fitting. A teapot fountain on top of a restaurant, pouring Ceylon tea into a obviously bottomless tea cup! Spotting an elephant watch tower near a rural village, which is built to warn villagers of approaching elephants who destroy rice paddies if given the chance. An elephant suddenly crossing the main ...

    Day 24 & 25

    A travel blog entry by lou_sinton on Jun 18, 2014

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    ... me an feel for Coca Cola's 5by20 initiative, both locally and globally. So far in Sri Lanka 2500 women out of the Sri Lankan target of 12500 have been financially empowered through Coke's program. The SABCO target is 200 000 and the global target is 5 million women. I was particularly interested to find out about Coca Cola's relationship with Women In Management, how they define and measure 'empowerment' and 'entrepreneur' as well as why they ...

    Tiny bit of swimming teaching achieved.

    A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on Apr 24, 2014

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    ... and it was raining, but no lightning so we could teach, had decided today could be a bit more of an assessment rather than working on a main stroke as it's rather hard when have no idea of their levels. Only had 4 at the start as the rain had put quite a few off travelling etc and we actually had 4 volunteers has well so decided it was easiest if 2 got in and 2 stayed on the poolside and take it in turns. I started off the warm up, just by 2 lengths of each stroke ...

    At Sea

    A travel blog entry by steve874 on Mar 27, 2014

    ... past 12 o'clock so we ended up in Cafe Bordeaux for lunch, soup and a ploughman's. Bill Giles is doing his last talk at 2pm so we sat out in the shade and fresh air of the prom deck until it starts. Good talk as ever, quite funny recollections of the BBC weather centre. After that we just chilled again, these sea days are great for doing nothing or everything, there is always something going on somewhere on the ship if you wish. Black tie dinner again ...

    Our last night in Colombo!

    A travel blog entry by linds.and.don on Feb 23, 2014

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    ... were on horses, others were on foot with the military band. I’m not exactly sure what was going on but we were told it was a celebration.
    After we watched the celebration for a while, we grabbed a tuk tuk and ventured into town for some shopping. The first two “shopping malls” we visited were not anything remotely close to what I expected. Based off of research we did prior to venturing out, I was expecting shopping similar to what I would find at home. ...