Reef Villa & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... vehicle under cover. Lots of people arriving, most in business dress, many of the women in beautiful saris. We felt very underdressed. The bell boys collected our bags and disappeared and we made or way to the desk thru the huge, freezing cold lobby. After some juggling the lass managed to get us in to a couple of rooms on the 8th floor. Getting out of the lift we walked along a walkway beside an atrium, with rows of rooms and floors all identical. At the end ...
... They were still able to splash about with the others, but just not roam as freely. I did see some of the keepers had those nasty sticks but I didn't see any of them actually use them on the elephants so I can only hope they don't! Something I did learn along the way there is that you pass villages that are known for certain items, one amusing such place is the village of blow up brightly coloured Chinese stuff, but the other is the cashew village ...
... to the airport. Deal here is to check your bags in early, get your boarding pass, then go elsewhere until it is close to boarding time. If everyone has checked in and is back in the airport they load the plane and head off early. Having said that, the check in is completely manual. No self check in here. Even the baggage tags are hand written and you are asked to check them before they are attached to the bags. We drove across town to a store that was ...
... out; any photographers dream. On the way to Kandy at a train stop, a taxi driver convinced us through the window, to jump off in the minute the train paused at Hatton station. He owned a homestay between the tea plantations which was probably the most beautiful place I stayed in Sri Lanka, a river with awesome rock pools for swimming and waterfalls running right past our room. Our host took us to Adam’s peak by tuc tuc the next morning, the place where Adam first set foot ...
... keep the peace got in; luckily he spoke all three languages, and listened to us about the map. Finally we got to the hotel, it wasn't that late just felt it. Although fairly basic by some western standards, the hotel is really lovely with good beds, a good shower and wifi. Walking along to the restaurant later that night we realised that we were right next to a UN base. The food was again lovely but totally different from other foods we've had ...