Kalla Bongo Lake Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... some people on stilts, two elephants draped with beautiful silks and children dancing to the drumming. The festival was to appease the Gods to bring a good cinnamon harvest this year. A little further down the road was a small temple on a tiny island (they say this temple is sacred as it survive the tsunami, despite its location), victims of theft get the boat out to this temple where they are given a special potion of oil and chilli, once the correct mantras have ...
... I swear that if you put them in a thrash metal music festival they would drown out the band playing the 50K rig onstage. Talk about piercing! You certainly won't miss them if you need your daily bread. Having attempted to regain the sense of hearing, I wandered on to the "old" gate and here our tour begins.
I have been doing quite a bit of research whilst compiling my Virtual Tourist tips and have found it fascinating as I always do. ...
BBQ and sunset with Ralph and the group and some locals. Had quite a few drinks and turned out it was just local fish for dinner - we were all so hungry and drunk!! Don't remember much of the rest of the night - went to a local bar and partied up ...
... not far from Unawattuna, Galle and Mirissa - but in the opposite way on the coast (more towards the East that the South).
We travelled there by the Galle express on Tuesday night, which took us just two hours.
When we arrived around 9:30pm, we did a bit of shopping and had a drink at our guesthouse before cramming into the double bed we had to share - poor volunteers ;)
We woke early yesterday and lounged on the beach for an hour before ...
... and could be driven at night. It was incredibly impressive and a source of great joy for the 77 year old Mr Batu, whose eyes shone brightly when he showed me everything it could do. His wife kindly cooked me lunch afterwards. I was very grateful for this unique opportunity.
Back at Akurula Beach, I met Mrs Karu and we went shopping. I offered to buy some food if she would teach me how to cook, Sri Lankan style and so off we went. With all this food ...