Flower Garden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from the hotel and since I was in desperate need of a hair cut, I took their advice and was picked up within minutes and taken to someone's house and having my hair cut by someone who was barely out of their teens and had absolutely no idea how to actually cut hair. No cape, barely a wisp of water, and no clue as to how to get the tangles out. It got progressively worse as she kept cutting the layers shorter and shorter and I knew she would have the sides above my chin or worse, ...
... and watching the sea. It is the perfect place to talk out everything and Dan is a great travel buddy for it. I cannot express enough how lucky I have been with the people I have met and traveled with on this journey. at lunch we met an amazing couple from new Zealand who has been traveling and working for over 2 years. They are clearly so in love with each other, life and traveling. It is the kind of relationship I Hope to someday have and really refreshing to know that it is possible.
... everywhere...nice... He told me to take my life vest off and sit on the edge of the boat with my feet in the waves and to watch the horizon!! It was lush!!! They guy then made sure I was ok and another crew member joined me for the whole journey chatting about the country and how no one spoke to any of them as they were black!! It was unreal!! His name was sash he was lovley and kept making sure I was ok!! He then disappeared and came back tapped me on the shoulder ...
... included carrot juice and some awful soup (!) at breakfast time; hibiscus juice and a light vegetable soup at lunch and apple juice and some green soup at dinner - this was in addition to what was on the menu. We also had a herbal concoction on the table to be taken after meals. The first night I dined alone but was then invited to join a table of "singles" for the rest of my stay. Met some really nice people ...
... they would like to. The guy we didn’t find out. We spoke about the Sri Lankan life,and the temples that boys go to only to look at girls. We laughed and said well that is ok. We talked about fruit and vegetables grown here and of course talked about the cricket. The girls told us they do not like cricket so they became my best friends. We laughed and I told them I don’t like cricket but Troy does. We asked what they have for ...