Main Reef Hotel And Restaurant
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Main Reef Hotel And Restaurant
TripAdvisor Reviews Main Reef Hotel And Restaurant Hikkaduwa
Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa
... couple of days were spent walking Galle Road, eating, drinking, swimming (and being wiped out by the huge waves) and sitting in the sun for about 4 mins at a time before thinking I was going to burst into flames! Relaxing is really hard work, sometimes we get restless, other times doing nothing proves to be more tiring than climbing mountains! We manage to do a lot of reading, talk about upcoming travels, chat to the locals and negotiate a good fare price for a taxi up ...
... up at 6pm.
We had a lunch in subway and then tuk tuk to Surfing area, we rented a body board and hit the waves. In the sunshine Hikkaduwa looked far better and the place we were at (Mambos) was pretty good.
Then we headed back to town and had some egg hoppers (available after 5pm) from a local place with a balcony for sunsets over the ocean. Super cheap here. Picked up boardies and then time for dinner and bed.
... I have sen these elsewhere and I am unsure as to to what their function might be, I suspect it may be for the teaching of the Arabic language, the better to facilitate reading of
Anyway, back to the Mosque. I knew from my guidebook that it was not open to non-believers and that is fair enough,I would never profane anyone else's religious beliefs but it did make me wonder why. I have been ...
... With new volunteers coming out on Monday - and another huge batch coming out a few weeks after that - there are many time tables and lots or organisation to do!
We spent the morning time tabling psych placement volunteers onto their field trip, conferences and workshops - difficult when you have to ensure that all projects are sufficiently covered. So that took most of the morning.
We spent the rest of the day making a psych manager pack for the 2 people we've ...
... Arlene at Halgolla had warned against this, but contrary to my wariness, Karu insisted. The spice garden itself was interesting, well maintained and I was given a guided tour. I soon realised that I would have to buy something (which was not a problem), but it did not stop there, as when I was being given the rundown of all the ointments in the shop, another assistant whipped off my shirt and gave me a back massage with the oils, without asking. Consequently ...