Hotel Hibiscus Beach
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... names in the past, Ceylon of course but also Serendip. Colombo the administrative, cultural, and commercial capital gets its name from Kolamba meaning Port. The political capital of Sri Lanka is Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte. The first inhabitants of the island were the Sinhalese from Northern India, the Tamils from South India invaded after that. To our relief their arrival was nothing to do with the British and so for once the war between the ...
... the clock tower, a former lighthouse,
the president's residence (known by incorrigible traditionalists, as
Queen's House), and a cluster of colonial buildings which lent the
district an aura of a bygone Empire.
first stop was the sprawling Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara buddhist
temple. It is one of the most important Buddhist temples in Colombo.
Here, we found hundreds of Buddha statues, revered relics, ...
... 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 ...
... myself and the director chap alternating as the entertainment. I was knocking out the usual Western standards like Thin Lizzy, Dylan, Stones, Doors and a few Irish tunes and the director was singing Sinhalese tunes. During these, the guys would begin to beat out a rythmn on whatever they could find to hit, plastic chair, table, kit box or whatever. It is effectively a tabla style of percussion where you use the flat of one hand and the tips of the ...
... onto Mirissa. Walk briefly around a bazar to look for some new beach clothes but the hassle and endless rasta man and rasta lady is doing our heads in. We have had such a hectic year so far and cant be bothered with it all today. Changed our plans to head to the beach instead of inland to Kandy as we need to come back to the hospital for Jo's tooth to be sorted out on Monday. Means we can escape the city and relax for a ...