Drifters Hotel and Beach Restaurant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for: crazy driving especially by bus and tuk tuk drivers, haggling and being asked to buy stuff at the beach for 20 times a day, wildlife – loads of it everywhere including the hotel – especially insects (centipedes, millipedes, spiders, mantises, flies, mosquitoes, large bugs of all sorts and butterflies) and geckos
We will definitely come back to Sri Lanka as we love this country and we will be more active next ...
... which i have already experienced ( when I for bitten) there were only 6 girls this time so much more bearable. The afternoon was Senahassa girls home for 1 hour 30mins, supposedly to teach yoga. I let Isobel do that while I sat and played games with the other girls, felt quite tired from the morning to even contemplate doing yoga which isn't proper yoga, just a few stretches with whoever wants to join in, a grand total of two this ...
... fell off - arms and legs frantically going trying to keep my balance but it was in vain! Pretty much described how bad I was! Also I didn't have a top on and where you lay on the board to swim out, the wax on the board grips to you and it felt like my nipples were on fire by the time we had finished but enjoyed it nevertheless! Today we are off to Galle which is the next main town along and should be really good, lots of really good restaurants and beaches ...
... driver meet us but also Rohan's friend who had been asked to take care of us as it was night! They were both very pleasant but the drive was a challenge. The new road had opened for Prince Charles's visit 2 weeks earlier, and we were able to use it but there is a 10 kilometre gap of ordinary road in the middle which took an hour and a half.
We arrived eventually after about 4 hours (despite the distance only being approximately 140 kilometres) at Pedlar 62 ...
... pizza I have had. A 10 metre walk to my room and it was lights out at 8pm (I am such a party animal:-) I was up at 6am and the back was a bit better but still sore. A couple of Voltarin, half a can of toughen-up, a shave and a shower saw me on the road by 6.30am. Hikkaduwa's claim to fame was that it became the capital for hippies and alternates in the 60's and you can still feel that vibe today. It is built on a beautiful ...