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TravelPod Member ReviewsGaladari Hotel Colombo
Nice hotel located in a perfect location near the Lighthouse Clock Tower. Extensive buffet breakfast is included in the price.
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The administrative capital of Ceylon under the British, Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, traces its roots back through Dutch and Portuguese occupations to days when Chinese traders came calling some 2000 years ago. The metropolitan area today boasts a population of 4.6 million with the city itself being just over 550,000. Colombo has a potpourri …
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... the streets. And the chaos of the traffic! Seven rows of cars squeezed into six lanes. Motorbikes swerve through the crooked rows, tuk-tuks edge in, constantly leaning on horns, a bus crosses the white line and roars into oncoming traffic in order to pass slower taxis. Pedestrians jaywalk everywhere because cars won't stop at the crosswalks. It looks chaotic but then you realize there is a rhythm to all this. Nobody gets run over. Cars don't hit head-on. ...
... do everything they can to make sure you're comfortable. It was funny to be told you must take a photo nearly everywhere we went - they obviously love their country and rightly so. It really is quite stunning.
-The difference in weather was extraordinary from the highlands in the central part where it was cold, wet and windy - much like home hence named Little England - to the heat and sun of the south.
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