Hotel Hibiscus Beach

Mahawaskaduwa, Kalutara, 00000, Sri Lanka | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kalutara

A room Sir? 1 hour or 2?

A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia


... followed the driver inside. There in the foyer was a wooden desk behind which sat a guy with an open shirt showing his hairy chest and a gold link chain which looked as though it had once been attached to the anchor of an oil tanker. Either side of him on chairs were a couple of pretty Sri Lankan girls giggling at the lanky Englishman. Chest McChains stood up and with a massive smile asked me what he could do for me. I explained that I ...

Balancing our Doshas

A travel blog entry by lucifrost


... Sri Lanka but we did get to see a rubber tree and workers slashing the tree to extract the very white rubber which was interesting to see (see pic). We also saw some Pineapples growing - I had always imagined they were from trees so it was really strange to see them popping out of the ground like a cauliflower. On the way back to the hotel, I was walking near the edge of the path to get a photo ...

FInally there!

A travel blog entry by schellenberg


... House...after that he follows us around and we end up asking him if he wants to guide us around the city..h agrees happily and we follow him around for about two hours, passing through the most interesting parts of the old city, showing us several beautiful hindu temples, a few mosques, markets as we love them, Ayurveda "pharmacies", etc..we stop with him for lunch in a local eatery..that lunch will be the test for our stomachs...after that, back to ...

How I killed six hours in Colombo...

A travel blog entry by krasy8


... up to one of them asking what was the reason of all of that and the guy told me that apparently one of Sri Lankan monks had been beaten in India and that was what people were very unhappy about. They take monks very seriously here. It reminded me of Thailand. I made a few snaps of my own and moved on. By the time I reached the cinema two other things caught my attention. One was a local school. Primary one, judging by the age of it's students. Schools, collages and universities ...

Tuk-tuks and Train Rides

A travel blog entry by g3eee


... Malaysian drivers (yours truly included) sometimes give to the driver in the next car who's thinking of cutting queue.  Drivers sensibly use car horns (and they honk a LOT) before overtaking as a means of saying "excuse me, I want to pass" and the vehicle in front graciously slowed down to give way.  As a matter of fact, I did not once hear any of my car or tuk-tuk or van drivers grumble, curse or spit - ever! ...

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