Nippon Villa Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... end to the day. The next day was our last full day in Sri Lanka, and we regrettably woke up a little hungover (or at least I did!), so took a cold shower and went off in search of breakfast. We headed via the Aladdin's cave shop (which was actually called Happy Tuna, the same as our guesthouse) to get my bag fixed, as the lining had started to rip, and we agreed to go back that evening to collect it. We had eggs and tea in one of the bars we had been in last night; probably not the ...
... and sticky, but there was a cooling breeze blowing through the train, just about keeping us sane in the heat. There was a 5 minute spell on this journey, which I thought summed up both our trip and overland travel in general pretty well. We had been on the train for a few hours and were starting to get a bit got and bothered, but then the train pulled out of a settlement and we were treated to a view of the late evening sun over the Indian ...
after 8 hours at the diving centre i decided to walk along the main street down to the more touristy part of hikkaduwa. think i visited about 30 different shops. all of them looking pretty much the same, owned by families making all the clothes themselves in the shop. most of them offers you to chose a fabric to make your own custom made piece of clothes. when the day was over ...
... Sinhalese to locate it and was directed somewhere new every time.I finally found some tourists in a tuk tuk and asked the driver where it was and he informed me that it had been cut up and moved to Colombo months ago. Bugger.
I am loading up the moto in the morning and heading to Mirissa via Galle and Unawatuna. Galle is an old Dutch trading port and considered the capital of the south. Apparently the architecture and fort are pretty amazing. The spice ...
... land. The people here are generally really friendly. I remember receiving a similar reception in a village in Uganda where people hadn’t seen white people before. Some children were terrified and other treated me like some kind of god or queen, it was really nice. I just walked along gracefully waving at everyone like “hello hello, glad you are enjoying my white skin and blonde hair”. It is such an anti climax to come back to England and for not to be special ...