Omega Regency

Address: 324 Galle Road, Wellawatta, 10250, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Wellawatta

      Day 5 & 6

      A travel blog entry by lou_sinton on May 31, 2014

      3 photos

      Yesterday I spent the day catching up on a bit of reading and chilled in the sun. I popped out to grab a juice and ended up being taught some much-needed Sinhalese by a lovely old Sri Lankan lady. Later in the day a few more guests checked into the hostel; Natalie from England and Jimmy from Australia. We were keen to visit Mt Lavinia however after slight miscommunication we were taken into town and ended up having dinner and drinks at a restaurant with a live band at the Old ...

      It begins

      A travel blog entry by tobyhb on Apr 07, 2014

      ... seats having dropped everything you're doing until you hear from me, on my travels around the island and observations I've made about the culture here. Us pretentious folk might refer to this as an ethnography of sorts, although "another wanky travel blog" is perhaps a more accurate description. In any case, as I have already realised in my short time here, Sri Lanka is a fascinating and vibrant country coming to terms with its new identity after ...

      Just a quickie (calm down ladies)!

      A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Feb 16, 2014

      10 comments, 2 photos

      ... UK a Northen Indian one prepared and served by Bangladeshis) menu and was invented in my country in the 1960's. There is debate as to whether it was Glasgow or Birmingham but it matters not, it is not a traditional Asian dish despite what some creative menus would like to tell you. Same with balti which I believe hails from the very exotic corner of the Empire called Birmingham! .

      OK, be that as it may, I ...

      Still in Colombo but catching up!

      A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Jan 30, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... tips about the difficulty of finding a decent bar to have a beer in as they just do not seem to exist, at least not as we know them in the West. I have yet to see what I would term a bar or pub anywhere and the best you can hope for is a hotel bar. I was fortunate to find an excellent example of the type in the Topaz Bar which is attached to the Sapphire Hotel on Galle Road in Wellewatta and this was happily a short walk from where I was
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      South India and Sri Lanka

      A travel blog entry by sarahstead on Nov 29, 2013

      1 comment, 53 photos

      ... booked our flight to Sri Lanka from here. It was a very traditional city. Most people in traditional dress, most of the men in sarongs. There is a lovely temple here which we visited but it's a bit like Fort Knox trying to get in!! Very traditional Hindu and only those that were Hindu and were going to pray were allowed in certain parts of it. Wasn't allowed to take my camera in unfortunately but managed to get a couple of shots from the outside! Then we found a ...