- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Babysitting service
- Swimming pool
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... of minutes the Gate was opened.
Another queue but we were through the third security screening and lined up with our boarding passes.
Naturally we were stopped - when are you returning to Sri Lanka ? Where’s your onward plans and tickets ?
That sorted, we sat down. No sooner had I sat down when Brian and I were pounced upon by two check in chicks. Turns out the luggage tags the check in ...
... stories are so sad and one made me so angry - I still feel angry! Briefly it was about a young 20 year old aboriginal boy who before he left made a proper will leaving all to his aboriginal mother named Cobb. His white father had left when he was a baby and married a white woman in Sydney. He had since died. When the boy was killed a senior government officer said that Cobb would not understand the medals he had won and they gave them to his white stepmother whom he ...
... chalet is huge surrounded by trees.It is more luxurious than our beach hotel in Kerala.We have a bath as well as a shower and their is draft lager in the bar. After freshening up and allowing the temperature to drop a little we set off to the mountain palace ruins of Sigiriya.1252 steps to the top and 5th century frescoes accessed by a spiral staircase.There was even some 12th century graffiti concerning the beautiful paintings.We returned to have a welcome shower before a beer and ...
Today was a day of doing nothing touristy and just relaxing well that's not true I still needed to plan and book some of the European leg of my travels. Also, I didn't have time to look into exactly all the places I wanted to visit in Sri Lanka so with the fast wifi I have at the Taj Hotel I took advantage of booking some hotel rooms, researching what to do the next few days in Sri Lanka and ...
... as fans, due to the fact we were outside in a marquee luckily without sides, but no fans, and had the added bonus of lights pointing up to the roof and reflecting back. The place was packed, but we were incredibly lucky and managed to get seats realatively near the front, as apart from a few rows of VIPs at the front who were lower than the stage, we were on a level with it. This wasn't brilliant as I could just about see the top of the dancers, depending on what they ...