Pegasus Reef Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Hot tub
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... the streets. And the chaos of the traffic! Seven rows of cars squeezed into six lanes. Motorbikes swerve through the crooked rows, tuk-tuks edge in, constantly leaning on horns, a bus crosses the white line and roars into oncoming traffic in order to pass slower taxis. Pedestrians jaywalk everywhere because cars won't stop at the crosswalks. It looks chaotic but then you realize there is a rhythm to all this. Nobody gets run over. Cars don't hit head-on. ...
... out in the lounge area outside our room, where the internet was better, watching the comings and goings of our neighbour. Roz quickly decided he was involved in slavery at the very least. When I asked him he told me he was from Bangladesh but had a perfume shop in Kuwait and he was on business in Sri Lanka buying stock. Roz would have none of this. Another storm, less dramatic but just as wet developed in the afternoon. All this rain is a bit of a novelty to ...
... food and the occasional guest).
Anyway, i digress; after getting to my hostel via a white knuckle taxi ride where drivers of any vehicle over here must have developed a sixth sense because the number of close calls was quite amazing. It really is something to behold, Tuktuks fill any small gap and pull out without being able to see past the bus they are overtaking (these guys have some balls). I believe the system is short sharp beep if you're turning or near ...
... However, although churches and temples were damaged, not a single Catholic statue ( all in glass cases either at front of churches or at entry of churches) or important Buddhist areas, such as relic rooms and libraries were damaged. Same when the Tamil Tigers were blowing up Buddhist Temples, they ferociously and successfully damaged the Temple of the Tooth and yet the inner sanctum was miraculously unscathed. Buddhists don't believe in miracles, Catholics do. Au ...
... the bank hadn't got the message about me going to Turkey. I had a short wait until I could check in, but was soon through security. The next three hours was probably my lowest point of the trip since Moscow, all those days ago. I was tired, starting to get a hangover, alone and not relishing the thought of finishing the trip without Kim. I got an hours sleep on some chairs in the waiting area, before boarding and falling asleep instantly too. At least I was getting plenty of ...