Flower Garden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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When. I travel there is the question of what to carry along to read. Something fun and distracting is a good choice as is something relevant to places visited. My first book for the trip ,The Return of Merlin by Deepok Chopra , was a long shot. It was distracting,though perhaps a bit too new-age for my tastes. My second choice turned out to be the perfect accompaniment to a tour of Southeast Asia at a time when ...
... of hanging in the doorway watching bay after bay of golden sand and surf judder by was bliss. We grinned all the way. And man oh man, the food here is good!!! My favourite food is unsurprisingly the unhealthiest: 'short eats' are little deep fried take-away snacks. They can be anything from home made samosas to small chilli donuts, to chickpea and corn balls deep fried in spicy chilli oil. When you sit down somewhere for a drink they will often bring ...
... is wedged in the middle of Bentota and Unawantuna in the resorty spectrum only that this place is much cheaper, oh yes it is, and want a relief that is. After securing AC lodging for the hefty fee of $33, we again headed to the beach and spoilt ourselves to bathing in the sea and sun with the accompaniment of a few large coconuts for hydration. This exercise left me hot ...
... and do the same. It's a real shame but I guess all that can be taken from it is the value of knowing that by going there and visiting these women - they will know that someone cares, and hopefully nurses will see how we treat them and take a leaf out of our book!
Right... this entry is far too long isn't it - sorry!
I'll end it by saying the rest of my week was great!
Thursday was world mental health day and so I was at NIMH and HWH and ...
Tomorrow I head back to Negombo for a day and a half to hopefully help Nuwan with his website and then I’m off to New Zealand to start my next chapter of my trip. Sri Lanka has been a really nice relaxing break from the type of travel I’ve been doing for the last six months. I’ve really enjoyed being here and could definitely see myself coming back to explore other areas I didn’t get to and re-visit some I ...