Drifters Hotel and Beach Restaurant
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Drifters Hotel and Beach Restaurant Hikkaduwa
Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa
... we have the whole complex to ourselves as its quiet season here so it's like having a posh house with big garden and pool (which ain't too shabby for £12 a night!!) I almost finished my book whilst Grahame braved a fiction (instead of his usual autobiography) so we will see how that goes....Later we headed over the road for happy hour and to see yet another beautiful sunset whilst playing cards and chilled the evening away in the bar, happy to be back at ...
... then got a fairly early night as most of us were tired. I woke the next morning about 9 and headed off to look for some yoga. I'd seen a sign the previous night so went in search of that place. As I walked down a jungle road I wondered how many people would be at the yoga class, and if it might end up being just me and a creepy man teaching the class. I walked into the property and was greeted with a big hug from an Argentinian girl named Agustine ...
... at a roadside stop, and a long safari to the tea plantation. Amazing. And the last couple of days were also filled with crazy activities, like a long drive to a secluded waterfall area where we picnicked in the falls, and then a drive back up the motorway to Colombo for one final big meal blowout (celebrating Michael Archbold's birthday) at the swanky Mount Lavinia Hotel, before boarding our 1.35am flight to Bangkok!!!
... my various VT tips for the benefit of those who do not read my VT pages (and why should you?).
I wandered past the harbour, passing the beadcart on the way and completely failed to see something rather interesting which I shall tell you about later. These breadcarts are brilliant although they do have the most annoying tunes which they play incessantly in the manner of an ice-cream van in the UK only at a volume that would shame Sammy ...
A lot of people say that there is only so much planning you can do while traveling. To start my trip off I experienced this motto first hand. As most of you know I was to start off my journey in Mumbai, India but due to visa processing delays, misfortune and an extremely poor system (all I can say is add 4 extra weeks when applying for an Indian visa from the States)I had to rearrange my trip to begin in Sri, Lanka- the beautiful little island country at the ...