Mount Lavinia Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMount Lavinia Hotel
Lovely room with sea view. Very comfortable bed. Food good but service a bit chaotic. Nice place to flunk out for a day or two at the end of an exhausting tour
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Although we left Kandalama at 8.30 am it still took us till 4pm to get to the Mount Lavinia Hotel in Colombo. The distances do not look huge on the map but roadworks, traffic and the usual dogs,cows, buses etc make the journey longer. Our driver has been fantastic at taking shortcuts to avoid road works that he heard about from other drivers. We …
... right. We then got a tuctuc to the bakery we went to the day before, as it was just brilliant, and we had missed breakfast. I got 3 hot coffees and an ice coffee, and also a coffee cake. I think I have to admit that I may have over done it on the coffee, having a really bad stomach ache and feeling quite sick afterwards. We walked back to the hostel to sunbathe on the roof, and plan our India trip. It was sooooo hot, I mean BAKING on ...
I've always considered myself a lucky person. Today, however, I discovered what how a charmed person may live. Three weeks into my trip, I knew it was time to get on top of my Visa. I had a visit visa for 30 days and a document issued by the Sri Lankan department of immigration and emigration that said that once I had the visit visa I should apply for a residence visa. This was all under the instruction of the Sydney consulate and the university of Ruhuna in galle. ...
... went thru the manned gates to the expressway. Our driver collected a chit that must have indicated where he entered the expressway - no e-tags here! We drove on at 100km. No tuk-tuk's on the expressway! We passed the motorcycle highway patrol, 2 up on a 1000cc Yamaha. The largest motorcycle the citizens can register is 250, unless you know someone, and can get a rebadged 400cc registered as a 250! We passed rubber and coconut plantations, and mixed planting of ...
... train tracks so it can be loud. There were quite a few tourists close to being naked which also meant there were quite a few local lads walking up and down the beach. There are some really nice little restaurants on the sand to sit and relax at but I still don't think I could recommend it for a beach holiday but not a bad place to get away from the city humidity for a ...