Janaki Hotel

Address: 43 Fife Road, Colombo, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Colombo

Colombo (train from Galle)

A travel blog entry by colcat on Oct 22, 2014

Got up at 6am and caught tuk tuk ($1.50) to station to catch train to Colombo at 7.20am. Got a vege roti for breaky at the station. Gotta love how the Sri Lankan people recycle ... Our roti was wrapped in someone's school work! Trip took about 3hrs and then tuk tuk $5 to Ceilao Villas fairly new place and I think we're the only ones here. It has a pool so that will be good. Tuk tuk driver took us for tour of Colombo and we found out it is a public holiday ...


A travel blog entry by bertnmarij on Aug 08, 2014

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... We bezoeken tempels, monumenten, de haven, het treinstation, nog tempels, een meertje, ... Wanneer hij ons afzet aan een steentjesverkoopcenter (saffieren, smaragden, ...) weten we dat het tijd is om af te ronden. Hij heeft ons overtuigd dat de trein niet echt de beste methode is om naar Kandy te reizen, ok het is maar 2€ de man in eerste klasse maar de treinen zijn verschrikkelijk oud en de sporen liggen niet echt egaal en recht. Because we didn't have breakfast yet, we ...


A travel blog entry by jgazz on Jun 14, 2014

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... friendly and overwhelmingly helpful to us. We seriously can't believe the generosity of the people here, we were often invited back for a cuppa and flagged down on the streets because they just wanted to either be seen talking to a westerner or practise their English. Either way we didn't mind and as soon as we say we are from Australia the topic of conversation immediately turns towards cricket. Some of the people we met knew more about the game and ...

Surf, Dive and Wild life - Backpacking Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Jun 10, 2014

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... to meet other backpackers. We did the 40 minute tuc tuc trip to the elephant orphanage, but the 3000 LKR ($20) entrance ticket kept us out, we saw many elephants in Sri Lanka and could see these from a nearby hotel for the price of a beer (ok not from so close). The spice garden and all their homeopathic remedies were interesting and the guide managed to get our English travel buddy from the hostel to depart with a couple of day’s budget to attempt a cure for ...

First few days

A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on Apr 09, 2014

... it was also a little bit cold. We had lunch and tea at the hotel today, def getting more used to eating with our hands. Once we got back to the home stay we were planning different places to go to, as we have a jungle weekend starting this Thursday which is run by SLV then as it's the Sri Lankan new year we have a week off where we can go travelling which is nice, although it could make it a bit harder to get going into the volunteering. I'm sure it will all work ...