Kahanda Kanda

Address: Angulugaha, Galle District, Southern Province, 80000, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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      Gall, walking the fort walls and mozzie bites

      A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Nov 01, 2014

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      Lousy nights sleep waiting for the alarm to go off. Up at 7am and at the back gate by 7.30. We collected lifejackets and were escorted to the little jetty where a small fibreglass boat (the Minnow) was mored, captained by our tuk tuk driver from day one!! We climbed aboard and he fired up the small outboard which erupted with a cloud of blue smoke. We moved down river and spotted our first water monitor, stretched out on a branch above the water. The waterway opened out ...

      Cooking class, crashes and Coco Bay resort

      A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Oct 28, 2014

      24 photos

      ... cooking class. This did not seem to be a problem but his English was not that good, We loaded up and headed off. Turned out he was a very cautious driver and we were soon running behind schedule. We tried to make him understand this to no avail. After a few detours at Marissa we found the Dewmini Roti shop. We asked the driver to wait. We said 2 hours, our teacher said 3 hours and he looked bemused. The road in was narrow and he tried to reverse out and we hear ...

      Sinharaja Forest Reserve

      A travel blog entry by luciecox on Aug 27, 2014

      181 photos

      ... I honestly will never look at a cup of tea the same way. It is quite a procedure to process the leaves that have been painstakingly hand picked by very courageous workers, that get paid according to the weight they bring on a daily basis (usually at least 16kilos each). As you know tea is very light so it required a huge effort day in and day out. The smell of tea in the factory is very pungent and our tour guide is very good and even quizzes us at the end to ...

      Start of a new adventure

      A travel blog entry by roosafee on Mar 17, 2014

      1 comment

      As always I left Verity's apartment in a bit if a blind panic wondering if I had got everything. Just as I walked out of the apartments a tuk pulled up I requested to go to the train station, just as I did another tuk pulled up. So they both started to argue, I assume over who is going to take the young white girls fair. I wasn't in a rush per say but I did need to get going. Fair is fair I got into the first tuk who pulled up. I instantly regretted ...

      Day at the beach :)

      A travel blog entry by sammyjade92 on Oct 05, 2013

      A day on the beach!!! Lush! The nicest beach around apparently, and I can see why. We checked in at our hotel across the road and headed straight for the sea! The current is really strong and the waves go in so many different directions, it's really intriguing! Bad news = got burnt :( even with sun cream on! :( We spent the evening outside a bar on the beach, watching the sunset and talking ****... Just what we needed ...