Hotel Hibiscus Beach
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... only thing they have there are some taxi stands and travel agencies, no cozy restaurants or pubs, not even a supermarket. With a little bit of trouble and thirst, we succeed in finding an ATM. Voor 14€ brengt een taxi ons naar de stad. Een helse rit van anderhalf uur voor slechts 31km. Veel minder brommers dan in de rest van Azië hier maar veel meer tuktukjes. De verkeersregels bestaan erin om je zoveel mogelijk op te dringen en veel te ...
... is a blessing. We jumped in as soon as we had settled in to our room. The owner is a young Chinese guy, and he loves gadgets. We have an android "smart TV" in our room. The only thing is that the remote doesn't work properly, and after trying for about an joyride we couldn't work it at all. The caretaker also couldn't work it. The owner showed us how to get movies, but can't figure out how to get TV channels. So the TV is ...
After another of my signature aimless rambles around including some very little backstreet excursions, I decided to perk myself up with, you've guessed it, rice and curry! Found a great little Indian place down on Sea Street, no frills, great food. That perked me up a bit.
I don't know if you remember the roller-coaster analogy I used about my style of travelling in one of the very earliest posts on this blog but it really is true. I'd had the low of ...
... occasional more persistent pest will actually kerb-crawl along beside you. Some other time I shall tell you about some of the things I do to amuse myself with them. Ignoring them, I managed to eventually get to my hotel which was a pretty short walk from the bus stop.
I am stating at a place called the Sai Sea City Hotel and I am very pleased with my choice. I think I mentioned that it is newly opened and it certainly deserves ...
... taxi ride took about 5hours and we arrived in a small surfy town called Unawatuna about 3pm on Sunday, which is where I write this from. It turns out that someone I used to go to school with now lives in Sri Lanka so he sorted us out a place to stay here with a friend of his. The friend, Rassika, is a lovely guy who owns a very cool bar just near the beach. It's a very chilled out place with cushions on the floor to laze around on. We stayed in one of the rooms ...