Heritance Ayurveda Maha Gedara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... my sales assistant tagging along which was really annoying as everything I picked up she told me what it was even though it was in English! But being the trooper I was, I took a deep breath and tried to block her out while I thought about what I needed to buy. Col joined me again for the last leg of buying gifts for our adult kids which was nice and carried the shopping bag all the way home. Back to resort for a swim. There are six guys staying here too who ...
Travelled in style today. Got a cab to the military airport where we were escorted to our private plane (!). It was clearly a quiet day at the base as there were twenty people looking after us. Jeff was escorted to the plane by his own entourage consisting of two airport staff, two airforce men and two women in saris who we're keeping the sun off him with an umbrella. All that was missing was the rose petals. ...
... single day experience as I had such a short time in Colombo before I head out to Langkawi and it's not always easy getting around by yourself here.
Praki was great and came up with about 3 options and I chose the elephant orphanage about 80 kms from Colombo. We decided to train it, which ended up 2 hrs in a rough old red rattler, travelling backwards. We ended back up near Kandy.
By the time we got there I was feeling decidedly "off" either from a bug ...
... by doing a self guided tour, we decided to splurge on eating at a flash seafood restaurant. First we had a few drinks at a roof top bar, which allowed us to watch the sunset. We had beautiful food, and a couple of drinks( including a glass of French Merlot), all for a grand total of $70.00. The afternoon and night were going very smoothly till we tried to get back to the hotel again. The Tuk Tuk driver had no idea where ...
... The old rickety beat up 2nd class train rattled it's way out of Colombo and hugged the coast for the whole duration. After roughly 2 hours we hit Aluthagama ,which was the town closest to where we had to go. We quickly grabbed our gear and jumped off the train to a much quieter, chilled town vibe. A friendly guide/tuk tuk driver/hotel coniseur approached us and was hired to take us to ...