Kahanda Kanda

Address: Angulugaha, Galle District, Southern Province, 80000, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 
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      Sri Lanka Tidbits

      A travel blog entry by albuschhoff on Sep 22, 2014

      3 photos

      ... not in the picture. He gave them his card to have their mother call him. She did and he told her he would like to send some money (about forty dollars) so the girls could have school books. Nuwan comes across as a bit of a hustler, but he has a big heart. Today we are on a lovely guest house near Galle on the southern coast. Fred will use the pool at least twice today, once after we wall the ramparts of the old Portuguese fort. Breakfast is on the ...

      Sinharaja Forest Reserve

      A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Aug 27, 2014

      183 photos

      ... young ones. I think Sri Lanka is one of the best places to experience a temple. It is peaceful, quiet, in a beautiful setting and most of all simple. There aren’t many ornaments and also we are the only tourists around. We have seen many over the last months and I never felt such serenity.

      Back to the city, we found the best value curry and rice of our whole travels. For just a dollar each, we are fed a pile of rice with at least 4 ...

      Day 153 - Beers in the Fort

      A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 01, 2014

      ... moved on to a bar around the corner.

      We spent a good couple of hours in there chatting to the locals and learning to play carom. Kim and I had possibly the longest game ever seen, which she eventually won. We were hopeless at it. I let the others play from then and concentrated on talking nonsense with anyone and everyone. From then on is a little hazy, but even if I can't be sure of much, I can be sure that Colin and I were by now a little worse for ...

      Later that week

      A travel blog entry by laureneden on Jun 15, 2013

      25 photos

      ... with monks in them.

      I have been to a few temples which are beautiful. I was surprised to see how young some of the monks were, around 13 years old and younger. At that age in England they would probably be out drinking cheap cider with their friends in the park and engaging in underage sex but here they lead a beautiful life of serenity, meditation, relaxation and free food.

      The NGO I volunteer for have kindly lent me a bicycle. So in the evenings I like to ...

      Happy New Year

      A travel blog entry by guy.everton on Dec 30, 2012

      4 photos

      ... cover as little as a quarter of the journey's distance in two thirds of the journey's time.

      Eventually, around midday, I finally arrived at Brontė's front door in Galle Fort, to be greeted by her, her brother Ivo, boyfriend Tom, and Lou, one of my flatmates. I'd had hardly any sleep, but seeing all these lovely cheerful people gave me a little burst of energy. Immediately, I thought back to a question asked weekly on the back pages of the Independent's ...