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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... area (going back for breaks on our guest house balcony - it was excessively hot in the day!), Most enjoyable of all were the strolls around the ramparts, normally with a very welcome sea breeze.
Watching the sun go down from the western ramparts was a lovely way to finish off the afternoon (when it did not coincide with a downpour), particularly when we spotted turtles in the waves below ... and then moved on for a sundowner beer upstairs at a guest house ...
... us to return soon. Even Roger, the elderly retainer who did the sweeping and laid out the loungers came to bid us well. We will miss them sorely; Jeff the chef, Dinal the waiter and the whole crew.
They are special bunch of people and as a result we will do our
utmost to come back here and use this place as a base to finish off our lovely
Sri Lankan odyssey. British Airways…take note.
The train ride from our local station ...
... hole and lifted the van as Ben directed the car back over into the road. Both situations could have been pretty disastrous, stuck in a small village we may have had to sleep in the car until we could get help in the morning. But we were so lucky and I'm grateful for the kindness and help from these local men who didn't even seem to know the word thank you, though I'm sure they understood. We arrived in mirissa, met up with the boys from Jersey and went for some ...
... in a spiced stock? With a boiled egg and onions on the side. It was tasty though and then we had a mango lassie each and the whole lot came to $16.30 such a big meal for a little price and then on the way back to hotel we,stopped for gelato and that cost $5 for two cones! Back to hotel to pack as we are getting,up early to catch the 7am train to Colombo col figured that since we've booked nice hotel we might as well make the most of it and there is nothing more we want,to see in ...
In the morning, we are off with a family of 6 Belgian and a dutch guy to Sinharaja forest reserve. This is a very special place in Sri Lanka, one of the last (or the last?) primary rain forest left in the country. In wet season, the area receives up to 5meters of rain and floods are usually the daily battles of locals. The nature walk is so lovely, and our guide for the day is just an encyclopaedia when it comes to plants and animals. He could tell ...