Hikkaduwa Beach Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Wednesday 29 April...
We had a slower start today, watching a film then I popped to the shop to pick up some cornflakes and improvised bowls and made breakfast in bed before heading over to the beach. We spent most of the day lying on our sunbeds but as the clouds came over and the rain started we headed into the bar and played cards for a while. Then we took a walk to the ATM to get our final Sri Lanka withdrawal only to come across the best ...
... be teaching the class. I was quite early so we sat on the mats and talked about each of our trips. She had met her husband, an Israeli man, two years ago in India and gotten married a year later. Both of them loved travelling so they moved around, spending six months in hikkaduwa where she taught yoga and he did 'healing sessions'. More people came and the class was fantastic - but so hard given the heat and that I hadn't done any exercise in ...
... we got a local bus up the coast to Galle. Its an ancient Fort town, but when you walk through the fort walls, its feels like your in a different country, actually its more like a European city, nothing like the rest of Sri Lanka. We weren't that keen, so after a few hours exploring the town in the mega heat of the day & watching some of the local cricket from the fort walls, we headed back to ...
... like a rather large private house although the sign for the English School confused me even further. When I walked in and saw all the paraphernalia of education I was quite sure I had thewrong place but I shouted a hello anyway.
A lady appeared from the back and welcomed me warmly. This turned out to be Marga, the
delightful Dutch lady who runs the place with her Sinhalese partner Eranda who is equally wonderful. She spoke to me in ...
... of India. So after three days of travel and three layovers, I finally landed in the capital city of Sri Lanka! It is here I reunited with Kelsey Decker and reapplied for my Indian visa. We spent a week exploring the country in what seemed to be a high tourist time due to New Years. Many people from Europe, Russia and Israel come here to enjoy the crystal blue water and beach life that consists of surfing, aloe massages, sarongs and kingfisher beers. Since ...