Hotel Goldi Sands
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... Our overall daily spend of $69 was high for us (in Asia) driven mainly by the hotel costs.
We saw no remnants of the decades long civil war or the tsunami which killed thousands. Sri Lanka appears to be upward bound.
... to Kandy in the centre of Sri Lanka (about 3/3.5 hours drive) where we could see some elephants and temples etc. To be continued...
We were on the main road running through Negombo so were a stones throw from the bars and restaurants and we decided to head to Lord's as it was recommended on trip advisor. Pete discovered (and me too) our love of Lion Lager!! I dont really like lager usually but this was so refreshing and about £1 for a big bottle! We ordered curry (of ...
... the same person asks the same questions repeatedly. Smile, take a deep breath, and answer politely.
2) We've spent a TON of time on buses, and this is one of the only places we've been where people don't give up their seats for women or disabled people. These people are not f**king around when it comes to seats on buses. If your bus stops for a 15-minute water break, and people get up to use the toilet or buy food, do not ...
An early start to the airport passing queues of people hanging around some stalls by the railway tracks.they were hoping to get some work that day said our driver and gang masters would come and choose.In contrast we passed a giant Lulumall,the only store like it India.Anyone who has been to the gulf will have seen their stores.apparently started by a Keralan who is the only person that doesn't need an appointment to see the king,said our guide. It even has a Marks and Sparks and fast ...
... circle from Negombo, across the cultural triangle/ the ancient cities, through Kandy and some tea plantations in hill country at the heart of the island, south to the beautiful beach of Mirissa, north west to the fort town of Galle and then north along the coastline to the capital Colombo. I think that all I have left to say is a heart felt 'ayubovan' (pronounced aye-bo-wan), which is the Sri Lankan greeting wishing the recipient a long, healthy life! Bookworm Moments ...