Drifters Hotel and Beach Restaurant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Drifters Hotel and Beach Restaurant Hikkaduwa
Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa
... and our improving bargaining skills!), and we finally made our way to the beach. We found a shore facing bar, and sat on the sand drinking Lions watching the most incredible sunset. We ordered dinner (which was pretty disappointing), and ended up making friends with a bearded guy on the next table; Ofek from Israel, a solo traveler who had just finished spending endless months in India. We spent the rest of the evening hopping between our two bars of choice on the beach, getting ...
... We enjoyed the views of the coast and the small villages as we made our way south. The journey became quite amusing when a whole group of school children got on to make their way home. The girls were endearingly shy and not keen to practise their English, the boys on the other hand had plenty to say and were typically cheeky. Arriving in Galle we made our way into the ...
after 4 intense days i finished my diving course! i must give a big thanks to my instructor ben. he promised me i was not the worst student he have had! hehe. now i've done the boring studies and a bit scary part of diving. hope i will never have to do what we practiced again, including an emergency abcent, sharing air with your buddy, feel how it is to get out of air, ...
... of stuff about Australia. Laptops and phone photo's came out and it was a hoot.
They got me home in one piece, ****** but not stoned (geez those Ruskies can drink)
This morning I woke up fairly pain free and went for an early ride, swim, coffee then back for brekky at the hotel. I then headed inland to a place called Mitiyagoda which is where they still mine Moonstones. The gems that they pull out of the ground are beautiful. The mines that they work ...
... looked to me pretty ****** water, I was thrilled. We didnt get to stop and look, but I was happy enough to catch a glimpse.
Finally we got to Matara, which is just like the guide book says, very ordinary and no need to stop. Not far now. Of course the driver at the last minute had no idea where to take us so we had to stop and ask and then ask again and again. anyway we got to the guest house that our ...