Eva Lanka Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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... report could be dismissed as erroneous but there were several. One guest got back to the bungalows after midnight and had to pound on the door to get someone to let him in. The owner came out screaming and told the guest to pack his bags and get out. Fearing the owner would get physical, the guest followed orders and left in the middle of the night Then we read the wife ...
... turtle eggs is about 3 months, so it made no sense that there would be hatchlings so early, but there they were. It was amazing to see the little tackers struggle to get across the sand and into the water.
Our luck only got better as a short while later we saw another turtle nesting.
Soon enough the satisfied crowd started thinning out as people were keen to get back to their tuk tuk drivers who were waiting on the ...
... lovely to swim in the fresh sea and it was our first swim in the sea this trip. In fact, we liked it so much we did the same on our other day there.
In between, on our second evening we took a tuk tuk trip to Rekawe Beach, 10k east of Tangalla, hoping to see a turtle laying its eggs. It is the most important turtle nesting site in Sri Lanka - the Turtle Conservation Project there protects the ...
... thinking we would have to stand as we didn't have tickets but a lovely Sri Lankan insisted we sat in the residents only area and when told to move because we were not Sri Lankan she even gave us her tickets so we had front row seats to the parade! The parade was a colourful mix of dancing, singing, flag bearing and elephants, a very cultural experience and a very enjoyable day off! Friday arrived and the weekend began again, the girls met Liam at Matara and ...
... as we climb though tea and cinnamon plantations and rice fields. So much green and so much water. The hills aren't too bad for climbing, a few sections test the legs. Morning tea break and we stop in at a local house for tea and oil cakes. We also tried soursop (this won't be the right spelling) which is a local fruit, the flesh is similar to a mango but white with large black seeds, and it tastes fabulous, a little tart and sweet all ...