Drifters Hotel and Beach Restaurant
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa
... resort at its seafood restaurant. This was very good! Whilst I am not a seafood fan...I did have crab cakes for starters (very good) followed by a fillet mignon as a main. Tim had lobster. This was a restaurant overlooking the beach and was a very nice meal. Overnight there was a loud storm with cracks of thunder and we woke to intermittent showers. Not that it matters as we head to Colombo ...
... or 3 huge turtles for a while before, bellies full of seaweed they swam off again we finished up our day enjoying a couple more Lions at the beach bars.
Wednesday 08 April...We woke to the first rain and grey skies we have seen in Sri Lanka so despite it remaining very warm we decided to change our plans from a "chilling on the beach day" and instead, hiking shoes donned, went for a trek to check out the 'Tsunami Honganji Vihara' - a statue erected 2 ...
... we climbed higher and higher the tuk-tuk became slower and slower until it was going at walking pace and the engine was screaming. When we reached the top the road levelled and we regained pace, this was to be short-lived, the road soon began to descend in both altitude and quality. Tarmac turned to dirt, potholes, huge rocks and deep trenches that had obviously been cut out of the mud by torrential rain. It was a very bumpy ride. The beach party ...
... their new adventure - sea adventure. They are usually being kept for 2 days and when they are stronger they are put back to the wild. We have seen also turtles saved from fishing nets and other sea turtles species. I was able to handle these small turtle babies. It was very nice and strong experience.
We continued our journey trying to find the bird sanctuary but we did not have luck, however we saw a fruit bat hanging ...
... playing abroad and life as a boy in boarding school. We watched one of the most vivid sunsets I've ever seen, the sun set behind the ocean horizon as we sat alone in a grass knoll with our backs to an old Dutch fort, the cheers and whistles of hundreds of happy fans in the background a stark contrast to the waves crashing against the rocks. The whole package made for quite the memory. The following day was the yearly primary school fiend trip to Galle. Every school within a few ...