Nilaveli Beach Hotel
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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 ...
... middle of no where, generally at the site of significant battles. To top it off, there are usually 2 honour guards standing in the sun in full dress uniform " guarding" the site 24/7- temp was circa 38++ degrees with no shade. The sweat drips down my back just thinking about it. Seems there are hundreds of army camps scattered all around SL - army, airforce and navy, generally occupying prime real estate. Would have to be the major employer in SL. Anyway, ...
... 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 ...
... on to try and sell various food, fruit, jewellery and some had pictures to sell too as well as having ice cream sellers outside the bus. We also had a 'musician' on board at one point, not that we could hear him that well but a lot of the Sri Lankans seemed to find him amusing. Again we were travelling through rather poor rural areas so not much to see until we got to Trinco, where we saw the Harbour. Once at at Trinco, we then had to get a ...