Induruwa Beach Resort
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Room service
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... back, the heavens opened. It hammered with the rain it had been threatening since earlier in the evening. Rather than get a Tuk Tuk, we waited for it to stop and started our 15 minute walk back looking skyward in the knowledge, if it started again we could quite possibly drown! Each step brought us closer to safety and as we arrived at the hotel the other guests were amazed that we had walked and remained dry, so were ...
... 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 ...
... while trying to use the toilet and also mid way through realizing the window is fully open behind me!!!!!....safe to say I survived...not sure who got what view but I guess I won't be seeing them again anyway! After paying 300sri Lankan rupees roughly $2.50 for both our meal and drinks we headed back to the train station where we waited for another hour until our train came:) While getting into our train a man called Daniele helped us find our carriage...the ride was pretty bumpy all ...
... was pretty reasonable. It took 2.5 hrs to get to Hikkaduwa mostly along an expressway once we had got through Colombo. What a surprise!! The road was like the F6 till we got off to drive on to Hikkaduwa, even the small beach side road was great, not like India at all. No rubbish/plastic to be seen anywhere. We stayed on the very beach front for the first 3 nights in one of the hundreds of beachfront resorts. It was lovely to eat breakfast ...
... number of vehicles is not too many but the drivers drive at a neck-breaking speed unmindful of the comfort or discomfort of the passengers. I clung to my seat as the bus swerved from side to side while a group of young men were trying to figure out whether I was a Spanish, Italian or Puerto Rican. 29kms down south, we finally reached our destination paying just 30SL per person.
Shakheel, our tuk-tuk driver settled for 500SL to take us around Galle Fort for an hour ...