Hotel Hibiscus Beach
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... we could see more from the one we were on, so fine. 266r (1.50 euros) for the two hours ride, and by car it would have been about 7,000r. Holiday, therefore no trucks and no shops open. Quicker, slightly less hairy, and less fume polluted; all the windows being open was our a/c. The bus was sometimes full, with changing clientelle from town to town. Really enjoyable Sri Lankan music throughout: classy male singer, group and backup, and different from Indian. From Galle in the south ...
... and went to the wine bar out front for a light late lunch and a cool drink.Purchased our final lot of provisions from the bottle shop (still no bubbles in the fridge) before heading back to the room. After a rest we got organised and had pre dinner drinks before heading out. We walked passed the tuktuk touts, crossed the road and flagged a couple of tuktuks happy to take us on the meter to the old dutch hospital. We checked out the shops before heading to the Ministry of ...
... en een adapter te kopen want ze gebruiken hier Britse 3-pin stekkers. In heel Zuidoost Azië zijn de stopcontacten iets anders dan bij ons maar ze passen wel ongeveer, dus we hebben tot op heden geen adapter nodig gehad. Marij is hier soms een echte attractie. De meeste mensen gapen of lachen alleen maar vandaag in de Pizza Hut kwamen er zelfs 2 jongens vragen of ze met haar een selfie mochten nemen :-) en de gids vandaag vroeg wat die bruine vlekjes op haar huid waren. ...
... Jo realised that this was because you must not ‘turn your back to a Buddha’. We managed a photo without similar difficulties though neither of us
was in it.
Next stop was an Art and Craft Centre which we understand is one of Sri Lanka’s main exports. The items, fabrics, batiks, wood carving, jewellery and paintings were beautiful and of a very high standard.
We moved on to a Buddhist temple having ...
Left home at 1pm and nearly missed the coach to Heathrow despite being half an hour early! Grumpy queen of a driver tried to make a point, clearly got his thong in a twist! Arrived Heathrow a tad early so was forced to eat, drink beer... Oh and a cheeky Baileys... Let the holiday begin! Great flight, marred only by THE most uncomfortable seats with a metal lumbar support... Which we discovered retracted... As we were landing - hey ...