Eva Lanka Hotel
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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The Sri Lankan adventures continue... After our whale watching experience weekend Liam returned back to the beach while Lucy headed back to work. Liam had to extend his visa so a trip to Colombo was his destination for a couple of days. He did not enjoy going to the visa office as he had to wait for around 4-5 hours for the application to be processed to his confusion as it seemed like a very unorganised process which should have been straight forward. However, ...
... for New Years Eve and was keen for us to come. We ate an expensive dinner and found a place on the beach to see in the New Year but the weather jinxed it again, and it started to **** down. We bundled the kids into a tuk tuk and made for home. As we approached our place, even through the torrential downpour I could make out a large sound system being driven to the edge of it’s capabilities. The entire wall of our guesthouse restaurant area was stacked with enough ...
... was asked to help assist picking up and lifting the turtle, it took over 5 minutes to get a proper grasp because the safest place to grab her was buried underneath a collapsing sandbank. After the scramble and heavy lifting, the local guardians thanked everyone in the group for helping the turtle out of the danger.
Below are photos of what we experienced, but these are not our photos as flash photography is strictly prohibited. ...
... to be about 7 or 8 and loved to practice their English. When we got Embilipitiya, we again had a place in mind, but hadn't booked it. As luck would have it, we bumped into a German girl who had booked a room there. so we tagged along with her. It was just a short walk around the corner and we got a room without any issues, though there seemed to be quite a lot of confusion generally when we arrived. We arranged to share a car with Kristin to Uda Walawe the next day, in what would be ...
... with various spicy toppings. If you get a chance "do try them" sorry, Dilmah pun. After near s**ting myself after, we jumped in tuk tuk and headed 7kms up the road to what was promised to be a lonely,long stretch of beach. Along the way we passed through the town of Tangalle and another hectic underdeveloped but all so charming town.Tangalle was brimming with road blocks that did nothing and armoured personnel with complimentary AK-47's. My curiosity ...