Nature Lanka Health Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... Should we have ignored that? We called the bungalow and canceled.
Another guest at Tea Garden recommended we try Nuga Eden. Nuga Eden is located amidst beautiful gardens overlooking the magnificent Tangalle Bay.The on-line reviews were good too. Dave called them and, not only did they have a room for us, but the owner told us that he had a driver dropping off a ...
... along the beach, carries out research into visiting turtles, encourages locals to protect the eggs from poachers and some act as guides for the tourists. Turtle watches are held nightly and, if turtle(s) arrive, tourists are taken to view one laying its eggs.
The whole process takes a couple of hours or more (most of the time digging a big hole for the nest and later filling it in after laying the ...
... celebration is an annual event that is supposedly one of Colombo's biggest events. We arrived to Colombo about 11am and the place seemed dead, certainly not hinting to a celebration but after a delicious lunch at the Barefoot cafe it was apparent that preparations were being made. Elephants from all around the country could be seen along the far side of the lake and seats were being set up all down the streets. We decided we better get in early so we could see ...
... in a fist fight. The catamaran is relaunched as quickly as possible to take advantage of the abundant seas. Smaller yields are greeted with lethargy and recriminating glares.
The fishermen are shameless in their attempts to pressgang tourists onto the net. After a day spent pulling in I would wake up with arthritic hands the following morning. I learnt to time my visits to the beach between nets, and agreed to pulling in just one a day. Amber was staunch of ...
Alex and I beach hopped our way south to Mirissa, a small town located 30 minutes south east of Unawatuna. We found ourselves at the southern most tip of Sri Lanka, with nothing but Antarctica beyond, we were fortunate enough to have the Indian Ocean at our private-bungalow-doorstep for only $45 a night!
With a 2km sandy beach, an abundant number of casual beach side cafes and endless water ...