The Monmanee Travel & Lifestyle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... area, and how things vary from area to area. We went out to dinner after, and the next morning got to go to another coffee shop just a bit downtown with them again. I felt so welcomed it was a "welcome home" moment after 2 weeks without in Sri Lanka.
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... the love of his life for the world. We still don't know what we'll do next year, whether we'll just visit or whether we will return home, but I suspect whatever happens I'll be ready for it - I can't wait to see my friends and family, and although I'm a little jealous that Becky is going home in just over a week, I know that it will be all the sweeter when I returned, well travelled and completely changed by my experience. I'm still not ready to leave. I've still got a lot to ...
... get together with some other "dog lovers" and for Peanut to brush up on her "sit", "down", "stay" and other skills. Best of all, it gives her a chance to have a good run and play with a bunch of other dogs. She is so cute at the classes, she just rips around chasing and being chased during "free time".
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... bar. It was actually very sweet listening to some of the old gents getting up on stage and serenading the crowd. It wasn't exactly outstanding talent, but it was definitely interesting! For dinner I had pineapple rice, which usually comes in a pineapple, but they told me their pineapples were too small for my dish so it came in a tagine instead. We headed back home after food and packed up ready to leave the hotel in the morning. It's a really early ...