Rampart View Guest House
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... generally went for a wander before breakfast. That's when I discovered a unique Galle phenomenon: competitive wedding photography. I had been aware of Sri Lanka's reputation as an international honeymoon destination, but I was not prepared for the early morning onslaught of at least a dozen couples of local newly-weds, with photographic entourage, and sometimes the entire wedding party dressed to the nines, queuing up for ...
Sri Lanka is a much-needed change as far as I’m concerned. I was getting over the busy cities and although both Barcelona and Istanbul are beautiful places I felt I was reverting to a 12 yr version of myself as in; Churches and Mosques should only be viewed from the outside and preferably from a considerable distance and the same goes for museums. I can’t stand queuing never have, never will ...
... well these are the MAHARAJAS or MAJAS (Mark And Jane Awards) as they are commonly known. What follows should be taken with a large pinch of salt as all the hotels we have stayed in have been great and the staff fantastic, as have our guides. However, the MAJAS kept us entertained over dinner in Chennai so here are the results: BEST HOTEL: Rambagh Palace (runners up in order are ...
... Kelani is famous for white water rafting and was also used as the location for the 1957 film The Bridge On The River Kwai, starring Alec Guinness. After three hours on the road we stop for a cup of Ceylon tea in the village of Kitulgala, at the rest house where the cast and crew stayed while shooting. Their pictures adorn the walls by the toilets. Once out of the mountains it's still a a long drive through the central plain before we hit the brand ...
... and at one point, as we went over a bump, all the passengers were lifted from their seats into the air. There was an echo of “ooh” around the bus. The bus was so fast that the 4 hour journey was actually done in 3 hours!
Mirissa is a beautiful beach on the south coast. As we walked along the beach, the first thing we noticed was that the local Sri Lankans were all surfer dudes - long hair, some looked like Bob Marley ...