Rampart View Guest House
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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So on Friday night 4 of the girls had gone to one of the after partys, the rest of us including me decided not to, as just so tired and wanted rest. But whilst at the party they got chatting to some people who invited us all to a party at a hotel in Galle, which is some End of Season party which apparently some of the delegates may go to. We ummed …
... still seemed to stop a lot and never really went very fast. About halfway through the two and a half hour journey the man next to Roz got up and I got a seat. We tackled the task of getting our heavy bags down by swapping our seats, after our penultimate station, with two young Brits in return for some muscle power. We were swept up by a helpful Tuc Tuc driver who was in no doubt that he could get us and 60kg of luggage into his machine for what turned out to be double the normal fare and ...
... in a spiced stock? With a boiled egg and onions on the side. It was tasty though and then we had a mango lassie each and the whole lot came to $16.30 such a big meal for a little price and then on the way back to hotel we,stopped for gelato and that cost $5 for two cones! Back to hotel to pack as we are getting,up early to catch the 7am train to Colombo col figured that since we've booked nice hotel we might as well make the most of it and there is nothing more we want,to see in ...
The south coast of Sri Lanka comes close to the image of a tropical paradise and has most of the main beach resorts in the country. The white sand beaches are lined with palm trees, the harbors filled with small fishing boats, and the villages backed by emerald green rice paddies. We had the relative luxury of three nights in one hotel in Unawatuna – so nice not to have to pack up your bags and move onwards every day.
Unawatuna is ...
... looking street signs, all in the three official languages of Sri Lanka which are Sinhalese, Tamil and English.
I wandered past a few old buildings which I could not enter as they house law courts and other official agencies. Despite being a World Heritage Site and very old, the Fort is still very much an active place and not mothballed as some sort of Museum. I think that is one of it's main attractions. Having taken a photo of the delightful main square I came upon ...