Full Moon Garden Hotel
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... got there at closing, just in time to hear two songs, from a pretty awesome band that was playing, before everyone started to clear out.
We headed back to our hotel and went up to the rooftop bar one last time before our departure in the morning. To our surprise the DJ was playing Macklemore……even across the world we are able to find a little bit of home in unsuspecting places! ………Tomorrow we head to India for the 2nd part of our ...
... weapons, a room
full of old Dutch headstones brought from elsewhere and that is about it
really. the enclosed garden is delightful, however and strangely you
cannot even here the hubbub from the street outside, it is a very
The ground floor would be wheelchair accessible
but the upstairs which houses the bulk of the exhibits would not. The
toilets should you need them are at the ...
... When he heard of my luggage problems he insisted on 'phoning the airport on my behalf. I told him there was really no need but he would not take no for an answer. He told me that they still had not located my bag on the computer but they were working on it. He also insisted on me joining him where he ordered a plate of sliced sausage with tomato ketchup as a bar nibble. Without even asking, he had ordered me a plate as well and I ...
Arrived in Sri Lanka with no issues! Made it! Weather is hot and sticky but cloudy, Lydia's hair is already twice the size as when we left! Hostel is nice, being well looked after. Took an afternoon walk on the beach and found a nice bar to stop in for a few local beers. Met a few ...
After farewelling the remainder of my co-travellers it was time to say goodbye to India. As my plane rose over Chennai I could see the coastline and se the spread of the city interspersed with some green belts. There was sadness to end the adventure but also much joy in recalling the wonderful times that I have enjoyed during my visit. Incredible India is an ...
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- Swimming pool