How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sansu Colombo
Travel Blogs from Colombo
... have happened? Behind me there is only water.......but no, as I looked over the railing, I realised there was a walkway below. Someone had come along in the darkness and grabbed my bag as I had turned around for literally 30 seconds!!! There were a lot of people on the street and he would have just blended in. In spite of this I headed into a parked bus full of people to see if I could find the perpetrator. Everyone looked at me thinking "What's this guy on??" Total panic and nae ...
... then walked over to the orphanage where they house the elephants to see them in their 'homes'. Up until now the elephants looked happy and were being well looked after by their trainers and weren't being mishandled but when we got to the orphanage I did question their treatment as we saw a few elephants chained up by both their back and front legs and they were just swaying which is a sign of boredom and not being happy. There was also the 'feeding the babies' ...
Up very early around 0530 hours; even though our tour doesn't leave until 0850 hours. We headed up for breakfast and had a good hot brekkie with a cup of tea. Back to the cabin to ensure we have the right things packed for the tour and down through the Customs area; we were excited to be getting off the ship.
We boarded Bus 66 and waited 25 minutes for the latecomers – that was a pain in the ****. Anyway we got underway ...
... Green and Red (very hot) curries, etc - also in very pleasing surroundings), Cricket Club Cafe and Bradman Bar (very English!) ... Also, there are outlets for several interesting shops there - Barefoot,
Odel, etc. The "famous" House of Fashion" should have been there too ... but has moved to another district entirely. So, we had to get the bus there. They sell considerable quantities of "surplus" labelled ...
... women for the sole reason of protecting them from sexual assault, how could I feel safe? I want to fight this. I want to walk down the streets of India wearing a giant paper bag over my entire body with only eye holes and the words “Am I human now?” written across the front. But this is not my fight. Not in India. India is not the only country in the world where women are viewed as inferior, as objects. This is a worldwide phenomenon. I’m not an Indian woman and ...