Pegasus Reef Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Conference facilities
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... Independence Square. A series of specialty shows housed within an older style building with absolutely no signage outside, and little inside. The others bought a few items here then we decided to head over to Odel, an outlet for Sri Lankan made international brands. However, it had started to rain so we had some 'short eats' while we waited for it to clear. It was still drizzling when we found a Tuk Tuk driver who knew where Odel was, and was prepared to drop the others off, get ...
... adjusting the taps when I was suddenly hit with a spray of cold water. That mongrel Wayne had managed to scaled the wall throw water on me, scaring the bee-geesuss out of me. He was laughing so hard he fell off. 1 all. Wayne's Mum may be horrified to read this, but she needs to know what a wicked fellow her son turned out to be. My trust having been destroyed, I then had to present myself, wrapped only in a sarong to the young masseur. She held up a towel and instructed me to take ...
... honest and trustworthy too. None of the feeling of being ripped off either Food ~ Sri Lankan food, although curry is a ...
... includes lunch with the president. Monday also has some celebrations in the evening, as before the conference they did round the world in 40 days as a a way of inviting delegates, and Monday sees the end of this. As well as the conference we are also invited to the closing ceremony on Saturday, with the theme 'We are the world'. We were invited to take part in the actual dancing for this which originally I was slightly keen on, but then we found out that ...
After arriving at the hostel we headed out into the streets of Colombo! We went to a restaurant called Sugar and had enchiladas! Not very Sri Lankan but we were starving after the flight and just needed fuel...! Then we walked down to Galle Green where there were lots of school children playing in the waves and there were food stalls and people selling kites! ...