Pigeon Island Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we decided to stay at Kandalama until noon so that we could all enjoy the lovely amenities of the resort. Paige, Daphne, and Annie took the opportunity to have one more dip in their infinity pool (and get in some sychro swimming practice). Patricia, Sarah, and Tracey H indulged themselves at the onsite spa. While the other troop members enjoyed a leisurely breakfast and ...
So this morning, Lauren and managed to get a free hire of the snorkel equipment from the guys running the diving centre right near our hostel, we just went from the beach outside but the water wasn't as clear as over at Pigeon island. We basically went to the rocks and back, as they had said there may be turtles, unfortunately we didn't see any but saw a few more fish. We were also swimming in much deeper water this time, so although I'm a fairly strong swimmer ...
Being so close to the beach we decided , to have another early start to see the sunrise, so another 5.15 alarm, but it was glorious and well worth it, then a quick snooze whilst people went into Trinco to get money as they hadn't been able to before, but all went OK. This meant we could get on a boat at 8.30 and go across to Pigeon Island to do some snorkelling. This was fairly expensive, and it doesn't help when trying to work out prices that ...
Well a nice early start, as we left the hotel at 5.25ish to get a Tuk Tuk for the 6am bus journey to Trincomalee. In typical Sri Lankan fashion the 6am bus didn't come but the 7am did. We got on the bus at 6.30 which was really lucky as it meant we all got a seat and could stow our bags away. The bus journeys aren't the most comfortable and really not helped by having two and a half on a seat that in Britain is designed for 1.5 people. I had a ...
... forward relaxing by the pool at the hotel, but a huge thunderstorm put paid to that idea.
You had to be there moments - Dave asking for a digestive biscuit during our tea sampling At the factory.
Tomorrow we are heading even higher up into the hills to Nurawa Eliya for more tea and a slice of old British influence.
Andy and Dave.