Hotel Sunset Beach
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Day 34 : Hikkaduwa to Negombo : 17/10/15
Lukas (the German guy) and I had agreed to make an early start to Negombo so, after a cup of tea for me, we headed off to find, and catch, a bus to Negombo. It soon turned out that we couldn't get a direct bus, so we settled for one heading to Colombo and figured there would be a way of getting from Colombo to Negombo.
Unexpectedly, the bus took forever. We seemed to just drive and drive and drive. It ...
... made quite a bit of noise and would have scared everything away. The ride itself however, was relaxing, what with being surrounded by nature, and a perpetual cooling wind.
The sky was so clear and blue.
Thanks to ...
... found the main beach road, and started to soak up the sites of this strange new land I was in. Children waved, and men said hello as I passed. Tuk tuks buzzed around like flies, and soon I found the beach and plopped myself down for a rest. Cycling the massive 1.5km took it out me!
I soon realized there really isn't anything to do in Negombo, nor a great deal of tourist infrastructure. I did manage to get a ...
About 70% of the population of Sri Lanka is Buddhist. Buddhism was introduced into Sri Lanka in the 3rd century BC. During this time, a sapling of the Bodhi Tree was brought to Sri Lanka and the first monasteries and Buddhist monuments were established. Sri Lanka has the longest continuous history of Buddhism of any Buddhist nation, having existed in a largely unbroken lineage since its ...
Although it wasn't part of the plan, we decided to visit Sri Lanka (for a change of pace). Apart from great reviews from our friends Mike and Nikki, we knew nothing of Sri Lanka. We booked flights across the Bay of Bengal to this large island country off the southern tip of India. We literally started researching the where-to-go’s and what-to-do’s the day before we left. Perhaps a bit too comfortable, we didn’t even buy the Sri ...