Indra Regent Hotel - Colombo, Sri Lanka
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... like to bargain here. I ate some samosas for lunch then came back to rest from the endless tut tut drivers asking if you want a taxi. I could tell I was tired as my patience was warring.
In the evening, I searched unsuccessfully for an internet café only to discover a wonderful eatery that prepared the most delicious fried rice with beef curry. The customers were so friendly too and humble. I like this ...
... perfumery’. The Lighthouse Clock Tower and Grand Oriental Hotel provide more echoes of bygone days. Follow Main Street into the Pettah, the bazaar district crowded with trishaws, traders peddling textiles, gems and ayurveda herbs.
We arrived in Colombo midday and then our adventure began. Since we arrived a day earlier than anticipated due to a flight cancellation and then rescheduling, we were on our own to find a hotel. We did so at ...
... I projectile vomited, yup, just like that! I clamped my hand over my mouth and with my left hand fumbled in my backpack and found a paper bag In my tiny little space I filled that lbrown bag, while tapping Praki on the shoulder to get him to somehow miraculously fix the situation. He kind of did....as my paper bag breached it's vomit bearing capacity and gave way, all over my legs and the floor he gave me a plastic bag, which I also obligingly filled. I felt like ...
... Just like that, she had disappeared from the trip - it was more than a little surreal! I still had 8 hours until my cab arrived, so set about trying to entertain myself until then. I started by watching the Sri Lanka vs South Africa game in the T20 World Cup at the hostel. The staff were very interested in the game and kept finding any excuse to pop their head round the door and check the score. After the game, which Sri Lanka won, I went out to watch the England game at ...
... stairs to the place. Well, nobody told me it was one of the watering holes in one of the poshest hotels in the country! Again, my edited VT tip will serve to inform you.
"I had been mooching about the Fort area and had indeed walked all the
way in from Wellewatta which is a fair old hike and I fancied a beer. No
surprise there. I saw a sign indicating Tap Bar and that was the
decision made. It was down steps, like some of the "dive bars" I ...