Eva Lanka Hotel
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... on Courtney). Then onto Tangalla, arriving late at night, finding a little local fast food joint serving hot, yummy egg roti. Sri Lankan bus drivers REALLY love the feel of their foot on the accelerator, as we were zooming along the driver slammed on the brake, pointing madly out the window. Standing by the side of the highway was a family of elephants. It was so much more exciting seeing them by chance, rather than a jeep tour through ...
Tangalle, Sri Lanka Tangalle is what dreams are made of! Nestled along the south coast of Sri Lanka Tangalle is a beautiful beach to get away from holiday goers who swam the more popular beaches of Sri Lanka and take away from the ambiance. Not to say the other beaches aren't worth the visit but Tangalle definitely is the place to go and laze in a hammock sipping freshly squeezed fruit juices or if you will, cocktails, while rocking gently in the ...
... helping himself to anyone’s drink and generally being a menace. The owner was all smiles with us, playing the perfect host, then he would spin around slinging a volley of abuse at the drunkard, before turning to us again with an oily grin.
The drunk tried to give me a hug. The spray of spittle and smell of stale urine was too much for me and I pulled away. The owner swung into action, grabbing the drunk and slinging him down the bamboo steps and out into ...
After witnessing her lay approximately 150 eggs, we could wait and watch her return to the ocean, but we were warned that this could take some time. Leaping at the opportunity Alex and I decided to stay, however after an unusual amount of time the turtle guardian returned to check on her. He quickly returned to the group as help was needed to retrieve the turtle, she had dug herself into deep vegetation and gotten ...
... safari in three days! We spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing in the pool (yeah, this place had a pool!) and generally not doing very much after a busy morning. In the evening, we had planned to go into town, but Kim's eyes began to flare up. We didn't want to take any risks, with the amount of discomfort that this his caused her before, so we decide to order food in the hotel and stay in. Hopefully that would give Kim's eyes the best chance of clearing up for tomorrow's ...