Nilaveli Beach Hotel
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... the the island was a bit of a throw back to an island I visited off the coast of Ko Samui in Thailand. I had a strange sense of deja vux wash over me but this soon faded after I realised we were the first people to arrive on the island and I had every little hope that it would remain that way because it's off season. With excitement we awkwardly put on our mask and flippers and flopped into the water being extremely cautious not to stand up or disrupt any corals. ...
Today we are off to spend some time at the beach ... We are thinking of staying a couple of nights here to relax. We arrived at Rea Lanka resort not bad for $40 night not sure if breaky included. Headed straight for beach about 30 Metres away and spent rest of the day there. Surf beach quite clean with cute wooden huts to lie in not very comfy but we managed as you do. Water was great and we had a prawn Biriyani for lunch which was tasty. Back ...
... We are going to create a social media and travel resource presence as well as update content for their website and their tags attached to all products. This is their website now: http://slarumbugal.org/ , but has no content included. I hope that by creating some content for them, it will help them overall!
We had a very long day of work, but it was nice that we were able to return to the hotel to work a bit longer and then hit the beach for a swim!
... and leave offerings all around the back of the temple and down a path on the cliff, overlooking the ocean.
While we were taking photos, a young Sri Lankan guy came up and asked if he could have his photo taken with us, which is not unusual, but the adorable part was he had a film camera!
So we posed for a couple shots then headed back down the road to find a tuk-tuk to do some town errands in, then home.
I had really wanted ...
... the water was just so clear with soo much to see, it was like being in a sea life aquarium. We didn't have to go too far out, and there was still a few rocks if you just needed to chill/talk for a bit. I've never seen so many fish, the colours of some were just amazing, some were like tin foil which is the best way to describe them, and I saw a blue and yellow one striped like a tiger, but I think one of my favourites was a box shape one, ...