Pandanus Beach Resort & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Kids pool
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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 ...
... flies in one place. In addition to the ones circling the food, there were others positioned strategically in the sunlight on the tables. It looked like someone had carefully sprinkles raisons on all the tables. We only asked for 2 veggie and spice filled wrapps but they turned up with 4 on a tray. 2 were eaten and 2 were returned, washed down with a bottle of Pepsi, that just may have been a refill. Having established there was nowhere to get a beer, we headed ...
... A bit unnerving as all the locals were there so we quickly got a tuk tuk back to the hotel. Tomorrow we are off to Uruwala on safari. It will be about a 3 hour drive north of here so we are staying over tomorrow night then going on safari to see the elephants etc early Tuesday morning. Cannot wait to see some elephants in the wild!!!! The wifi will be worse in the jungle so I still won't be able to upload the pictures but will do ASAP. ...
... after dusk the older girls classes had a lantern parade. The streets were lit with piles of incense that exploded at random. The girls were in white, carrying lanterns and chanting. The route took them from school to the temple beside our temporary home where they underwent a religious ceremony then back to the school where the evening was finished off with a firework show (which had just recently become legal), our last day in Galle was spent walking outside the fort, watching ...
... which we're doing in the morning), potentially take a boat tour and finally one or two sentences were given explaining that there's also a temple a few km inland up the bentota river. Having further looked up this temple last night we put this on our to-do list. I'll upload a few pics here and there are already some on facebook. This is one of the largest Buddha's in the ...