Hotel Sunset Beach

Address: No. 5, Carron Place , Negombo, Sri Lanka | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on No. 5, Carron Place , Negombo.
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      Travel Blogs from Negombo

      Private Eye

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 09, 2014

      8 comments

      First let's start with two minor victories. Booking.com, who had been told by the horrendous place we walked out of at midnight that we were a 'no show' and therefore liable to a $20 fine, took our side of the story and charged us nothing. Secondly, we eventually heard from the safari people who, after making it clear they didn't have to refund us anything, promised to put the odd sum of $24 back into Liza's CC account within seven days. They still made up a load of **** ...

      Kalpitiya -> Negombo

      A travel blog entry by bertnmarij on Aug 21, 2014

      3 photos

      ... De ene verkoopt staaldraad, iemand anders maakt houten stoelen, de buurman verkoopt gebruikte auto-onderdelen, dan heb je weer een fruit- en groentewinkel. Op het kraampje op de hoek staat iemand kippenbillen te barbecuen, even verder in de straat verkopen ze kledij en aan de overkant zit een schrijnwerker, dan weer een bakker en uiteraard mag ook de tuktuk hersteller niet ontbreken. Daar waar in Colombo de ambachten en producten een beetje gegroepeerd zijn ...

      Patient people, Palm trees & Peaceful co-existence

      A travel blog entry by kst_wayfaring on Apr 07, 2014

      4 photos

      ... human body adapted and breathing now is absolutely fine. My first encounter with the Sri Lankan people was being picked up by my field officer (the local guy working for the organization I am working for too) smiling, polite and patient as can be. Initially we waited for 1 other person, then two, then three and we left with a van of six. Turns out this guy had been waiting at the airport since 2am – no complaining or negativity ...

      Just add moonlight

      A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Mar 31, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... lunch after my walk on the beach. An invitation I happily accepted. I took a long stroll along the beach. the walk starts in the main village, goes past multiple 5 star resorts with tourists that refuse to leave the comfort of their beach. Locals are not allowed on this part unless they are working. I talked to a few people on my way and they were terrified to leave their resort. They were convinced they were going to get mugged, murdered and or raped. I don't I ow where ...

      My first real disappointment.

      A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Feb 16, 2014

      5 photos

      ... a shame. I don't know about other countries but I know that in the UK railway enthusiasts are derided as being "train-spotters" and indeed it has entered the language as a term of derision. If Sri Lanka is going to play the tourist card as it seems intent on doing, then the business case for a decent railway museum seems obvious. In my short time here, I have met very few young backpackers, this is a place where old greybeards like me come and that is where ...