Flower Garden Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to chill in the room for a while before heading back to the beach for dinner, this time via tuktuk who went a completely different way to where we had earlier walked and passed lots more shops and restaurants for us to explore!! We opted for a nice curry on the beach (me thinking I was very brave opting for medium heat until Gra got cocky and opted for hot!!!). We finished off the night having a drink further down the beach before heading back to the hotel, ...
... the guesthouse we had been used to staying in, we paid almost 3000 rupis for lunch but omg it was so worth it, the food was suuuuch a welcome change from CURRY (I never want to eat another ever again ever ever ever ever ever) although... We are having it for tea tonight. Yum. Anyway, in all my infinite wisdom, I thought the sun might help my mosquito bites, and on the plus side I can't feel them anymore, on the ...
... enquires about price, to which we are told '35 euros a night' which is more than we were hoping to pay. We decide to head elsewhere and wait for Lorena and Marco to see their room. Meanwhile we are told we can have a room in the house for 4000 rupees a night, so we take a look. The rooms are basic and smell a bit damp but for a private beach and breakfast included we decide to take it. We are then offered the room next door, which is of a similar standard ...
... train leaving us behind stranded. So speed was the essence if this plan was to be successful. You’d never seen me move so fast with my backpack. A local who got off with us assisted – god bless him! We just about made it. 2nd class had been located. It was still a standing journey but less packed and more bearable. The journey was quite punctual and with my leg hoisted out at the side of the carriage, I felt a sense of freedom that ...
... was taking. I can't deny it was brilliant fun though. The others stopped off at a town called Unawatuna to head to the touristy beach, and me and Dad carried on to another town a few miles down called Koggala. The beaches there were *empty*. The whole stretch, from one end to another as far as the eye could see - not a person in site. It was incredible. Dad wanted to get a picture of ...