Hikkaduwa Beach Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Time flies when you're having...fun is it? Well Wednesday I went to Vanreeth which is an old peoples home. It as basic as basic gets. Worlds apart from back home. The women and men are separate most of the time, I assume it's a culture thing. Health and safety is non existent no surprises there. There are two dogs, one barks all the time the other is quite tame. I am told that they all sit in the same seats every. It's very peaceful and everyone seems ...
We had some of mama's breakfast; we had fresh papaya, mango and banana. I woke up feeling I just wanted to have some peace and quiet so I made Sam actually try something on his own for once. If I don't want to do something he won't do it which is kind of sad. I chilled in the sun drinking tambili (King coconut water) and mineral water whilst reading my book. The peace was pure bliss. I had nasi goreng for lunch and a shag burger for dinner. I ...
Arrack attack day. Hangover from hell. Woke up tingling and aching all over and couldn't keep my eyes open. Met the girls at the beach around lunch time but I didn't last long before I was back on the room trying to sleep off this horrendous hangover. Once we manned up we went for an hour long walk along the beach to see ...
... a lovely, friendly and immaculately clean guest house. After a delightful day wandering around the streets and ramparts as well as visiting the museums we decided we had recovered from the journey and would venture out to a small patch of rainforest the next day. Ravi at Pedlar 62 arranged for a tuk-tuk to take us there and when we arrived we met a guide. These arrangements are all done by mobile phone and always seem to work precisely.
Our guide was a ...
... coastline and the Galle Rd runs straight through it, parallel to the coast. The guesthouses and hotels scramble to be the closest to the water, and this development has led to the scouring of the beaches. Some areas are gorgeous but others are being retained by sandbags. It is all very similar to Mui ne in Vietnam although Mui ne did not suffer a tsunami. I stayed local for rides today and finally found a proper coffee ...