Pandanus Beach Resort & Spa
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Kids pool
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... a nasty looking yellow thumb print stain on the front....? THURSDAY: Well the BBC Weather department is wrong! Sun Sun Sun........! It was supposed be a monsoon and it has been glorious!. We have booked a TUK TUK ride some 23 km to the small fising village of Weligama some 23km further south east. Our tuk driver is first class and show us all the vantage points high in the hills overlooking Galle. He was at the waterfront the day the Tsunami hit. ...
Head for the Beach! I thought I would never utter those words! In the last 20 years, I think we have collectively only spent about 6 hours by a Hotel Pool or Sea. The most in one hit was 2 hours in Rarotonga when after entertaining the whole resort by falling of a Kayak boredom set in and off we went in search of local "stuff"!! However, 5 days of "GLIMP" weather has caused the us to pull the "ripcord " on this area and head South and down the Island in search of sun. There ...
... The tide was out so the pool was smaller. The water was cool just for a second then bliss. We headed back, showered by the pool before having another swim in the pool. The others were already at breakfast so we dried off and joined them. Wayne and I went the traditional Sri Lankan breakfast. Stringers (thin noodles) with fish curry, vegetable curry, served with slabs of fresh baked bread, chilli and mango chutney. All washed down with fresh pineapple juice ...
... it in one! Beer o'clock was declared and I sought out the Galle Fort Hotel as I had read that it was less prohibitively expensive than the really, really flash place. I sat down by myself, ordered a beer and was almost immediately called over by a chap who asked me to join him, which I did. His name was Mike and he was teaching English to Government officials in Saudi Arabia. He had decided on a bit of R and R and had flown down to Sri Lanka for five days. It ...
... much that Galle had to offer either on our initial walk or the tuktuk tour that followed. For us, Galle was disappointing. I expected streets of old buildings and charm, all surrounded by walls and battlements. Instead, it was on a much smaller scale and dotted here and there throughout a developing town.
On a plus side, we managed to see crowds of Sri Lankans playing cricket, a must-see!