Induruwa Beach Resort
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Photos of Induruwa Beach Resort
TripAdvisor Reviews Induruwa Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Induruwa
... imminent crisis, he drove inland and survived along with his family. He drove back into the City a couple of hours later and saw bodies floating everywhere! We "TUK" along the coastal road following the palm fringed golden beaches interspersed with little local villages..........."this is the life".........as we tuck into squid curry perched on the rustic wooden verandah of a local fish restaurant overlooking yet more golden sand and azure blue ...
... point in waiting to see if things are going to improve weather-wise. We are still coughing and spluttering and it has taken 3 days for Cathy's jeans to semi-dry despite ironing them for 1/2 hour in our tent the other night. IRONICALLY......we awake to bright sunshine! BUT we are pleased to be moving on as the accommodation (whilst OK's just about) is reminiscent of an elderly Aunt's bungalow in Hastings. A deal has been done to swap two nights at a Resort in Elkadua ...
... Yumm. We had read of a massage place where one satisfied customer had had an out of body experience. Figured we should try some of that. There was also a shop in town that sold designer clothes at 1/10 European prices. The Eden spa place could only do 2 people so Pauline and Wayne headed of at 10.30 and we planned to meet in town at 12, across the road from the bus station, in Tangletown as the locals knew it. We chilled before getting the hotel to order ...
... a bit of a trek for so short a time but his decision obviously. It was while we were chatting that I spotted the monkey you can see in the photo who was only a few feet away and obviously quite unconcerned by the humans around.
I shall use my VT tip here to explain all about the extremely swish hotel which left me feeling horribly underdressed just as I had in Colombo with Treshi (see previous post).
"Let's get one thing absolutely straight at ...
The journey back to Akurula beach with Karu and his driver Sampath, was luxurious. They asked me if I wished to stop anywhere, but I said just at the stilt fishermen, just before Galle. I was tired after all that safari, and just wanted to get to Akurula. Unfortunately when we arrived at Koggala, the weather was wet and cloudy and all the fisherman had disappeared. So reluctantly we carried on.
Back at Karu’s, I meet up with his family again, ...