Heritance Ayurveda Maha Gedara
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Travel Blogs from Beruwala
... 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 Wunderbar ...
Needed to find lots of Long clothes for some parts of Sri Lanka as well as India. So hot walking around! Ended up finding a second hand store and getting tops an then went to Glitz and got another pair of pants. 5 months anniversary today so went to a local place and watched the cricket (Sri vs Pakistan) were the only white people and women so were waited on the whole time lol. Dom arrived tonight so took him to our local place for dinner - loving Dahl ...
... did seem like to good a deal to miss out on. So Wednesday we have our very own taxi and driver coming to pick us up for a 5 day tour of some gorgeous sights. We cannot wait ! He organised for us to be taken to our hostel aswell which was lovely of him.... Shame the hostel reception wasnt similar. After finding the place down a back ally we rang the bell and instead Of warm friendly hellos we were greeted with shoes off, sit, drink, now pay me ...
... from that and remember - it's not England - they don't have the things we have or the resources or understanding. It's hard to remind yourself of that.
The other forensic wardf is for lesser criminals. They have a more open plan space for activities such as musical chairs which they love, some arts and crafts and things.
After that we watched some ECT. I'm morbid in my interests so I was keep to sit in on it. But it just didn't feel ruight. I saw 2 patients go ...
... and the life people led before it. There were several ruins of houses left, now the habitation of weeds and stray dogs, whilst other houses had been rebuilt often with the help of foreign charities. Back to the turtle sanctuary, the guy running it started when he was 24 and was now in his 60's, it was destroyed by the tsunami but rebuilt after with the help of turtle loving individuals from around the world. There are various concrete tanks for turtles at various stages, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool