Hotel Sunset Beach
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... had to have a flight out of the country booked before we were allowed in! For aging vagrants like us this placed un-necessary planning and organisational restrictions on us. We had therefore purchased flights out of the country for February 11th. This date was arbitrary but nonetheless it immediately forced us into planning our time more carefully.
As a result we decided to hire a cab to take us to Mirissa , in the south, which appeared to be a suitable spot ...
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Negombo - a popular resort town, famous for its historical heritage and scenic beauty.The close proximity of the city to the International Airport of Sri Lanka, has made it popular among tourists who usually start, or end their journey here.Exuding a charm of ...
... mosque in India created in 1650. We were not allowed to take pictures inside but the architecture was similar to the palaces I saw in Jaipur. Once outside of the mosque we took a rickshaw ride through the famous Chandni Chowk area which translates to Moonlight Square where the throngs of shoppers and vendors meet in the oldest area of Delhi. We also went by the famous spice market which made me sneeze a lot and then headed back towards the mosque. ...
... we could go back to the B&B to swim! Oops, we needed one more thing! A Lion Strong and Stout! You can’t swim without some good beer!!!!
The pool’s water was warm. I guess I didn’t expect the pool to be cool! After all, it must be 90° every day!! We hung out at the pool for a while and relaxed.
We were set up on a tuk-tuk tour of Negombo. It was getting late, so our first stop ...
... round next door as well to say bye to their family and also meet their rather cute little dachshund type puppy, who is actually going to be an inside dog. Saturday was an earlyish start as we wanted to get the AC bus to Colombo, then the train to Negombo in enough time to enjoy the day there. Again our host family were beyond generous. We had asked them to book us two Tuk-Tuks so that us and luggage could get into town (mine is rather large!) but they drove ...