Koggala Beach Hotel
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... behind it a corridor that links the entrances to the five caves, the largest being 50 x 23 m. The caves are filled with an astounding array of 153 Buddha sculptures and statues, in some of the caves a huge reclining Buddha that fills the length of the cave. There are also statues of kings and goddesses, Hindu gods and dieties, the god Vishnu and the god Ganesh. The walls and ceiling of the caves are covered in exquisite paintings and murals. I ...
... hotel. The road is so close to the ocean, I can feel the salt spray on my skin during parts of the ride back to the hotel. Palms, boats, surf and fun in the sun. I love this place. Afternoon cricket and volleyball - fighting to find wifi - I think I got a total of five minutes wifi access in the past 3 days... So I'm having "technical difficulties" providing up to date blogging. Embracing no wifi and 3 of the best, piña Colada's to ...
... train packed to the gills inside with people hanging on to the steps as it pulled out of the station. No, nobody on the roof, but not far short. A little while later we were doing our own packing! We thought we were quick off the mark and were luckier than some. Jammed in the centre of the train, dripping with sweat, trying not to swot people with our rucksacks we were amazed as a procession of sellers of nuts, drinks, ...
... br> A short walk later and we found another nice bar selling cocktails for £1 each. We were both a bit tired and knowing we faced an early start to see whales tomorrow, we vowed to come back and test the cocktail menu tomorrow night instead.
Bright and early the next morning we were up and off to the harbour. We boarded our boat with about 50 other people mainly Chinese. This should be fun!
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The situation is very central although the off-road position ensures that traffic noise is never a problem. I used to walk everywhere in town and the Fort area, which is the major attraction in town is easily reached in 15 minutes. Should you want, Eranda can get you a tuktuk whose driver isn't going to rip you off. Coming from further afield, airport pickup is available at a cost of $70.
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