Millennium Resort & Gems

Address: No: 70 A, Church Street, Galle, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No: 70 A, Church Street, Galle.
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Travel Blogs from Galle

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A travel blog entry by jessley on Nov 01, 2016

2 comments, 12 photos

Arriving in Galle was nice, we instantly had a good impression of the town. We were staying inside the old fort in what ended up being some guys jewellery shop at the front and his home/guest house at the back. It felt clean and the family were friendly towards us. We almost instantly extended our stay here. Galle itself has a mixture of muslims, …

SRI LANKA

A travel blog entry by cathykate8 on Jul 28, 2014

54 photos

... and its inhabitants (this is where we discovered Roti man). The book is exquisitely illustrated with quirky maps by local artists and was introduced at the Annual Galle Literary Festival. Juliet was a young British Foreign Correspondent and photo-journalist who has also lived in Australia, was sent undercover to Burma then thrust into the middle of post-tsunami Sri Lanka in 2004, reporting on the destruction and tragic loss of lives from within the sanctuary of Galle Fort, ...

In Search of Sri Lankan Food

A travel blog entry by pwoods_home on May 05, 2014

6 photos

This evening Annie, Patricia, Paige, John M and John B ventured out in search of an authentic Sri Lankan dinner. We crammed into two tuktuks and were driven into the Dutch Fort area. The first restaurant we tried had been Westernized, but they kindly recommended another restaurant nearby. The restaurant was called "Mamas" and it was in ...

Galle town

A travel blog entry by elliemack on Mar 31, 2014

... experience. I did get to see a 4 day old baby turtle though! From this we headed to Mirissa which had the most beautiful beach ever.... No exaggeration! Surprise surprise I got burnt again. But thankfully it's gradually turning into a tan now! On Sunday we explored the Dutch Fort which is just on the outskirts of the city. It's a really beautiful place and we've already visited it since then. I'm looking forward to the week ahead and exploring Galle a bit more! ...

Short and sweet

A travel blog entry by roosafee on Mar 19, 2014

3 comments, 2 photos

This morning I'm assigned to 'street kids' nursery. This project was set up by the teacher who after 18 years is still there. Don't be too put off by the name these kids don't actually live on the streets. When the charity was first started by Mrs Vagira, now 48, she would go out and collect the children living on the street to let them have a few hours of learning an play in a safe environment. This area is one if the poorest ...