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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in all their glory. To my dissapointment we continued to keep driving the tuk tuk driver barely batting an eyelid (all the tuk tuk drivers are normally so adamant to stop along the way so they can earn themselves a decent tip). I just sat there in hope that when we drove through Weligama there would be more stilt fisherman for us to stop and marvel at. However this was not the case as ...
... the music volume below 130 decibels but he jerked back into consciousness. Realising immediately something was amiss, he turned everything back up to number eleven, relit his spliff, clicked the mouse to select a new tune and fell asleep again. The following morning the children were upset to discover one of the guesthouses’ pet budgies had died in the night, the cage being no more than two meters from the wall of sound. It was all the more tragic that she had been ...
... alcohol here although none is served. Should you wish to go out and not go as far as the Fort there are two excellent hotel bars a short wander up the hill.
One little anecdote may serve to summarise the type of place this is.I had been extending my stay on a more or less daily basis as I was enjoying the accommodation and the city so much and on the last night due to some computer issue or another Marga asked me very nicely if I would mind ...
... or whatever is handy). The women asked for water and milk. At the fish market I bought a huge Tuna for $7 and plenty of squid for $4.
Back in the concrete Kitchen with the gas stoves, we started. I chopped with a neighbour, who though it was funny that a man was interested in cooking. All the Sri Lankan men had suddenly disappeared. Later we found them already drinking the Arak. We were only thirty minutes from being ready and the time for everyone ...
... nicest man I met in Sri Lanka. His hostel was clean and lovely with free wifi in the big communal space. The 'dorms' are shared rooms with three comfy beds and private bathroom. Breakfast is included and cooked by a really lovely maid who speaks great English. The best part of the experience for me was Sachal's hospitality, he cooked the most amazing meal for all the guests and we sat outside and listened to music while he plied everyone with booze ...