Rivi Ras Hotel

Address: 50 / 2 De Saram, Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 50 / 2 De Saram, Mount Lavinia, is near Minneriya National Park and The Millennium Elephant Foundation.
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Travel Blogs from Mount Lavinia

A typical day in the life of a volunteer

A travel blog entry by cornevanhoepen on Mar 11, 2014


... good. Then at 8:00 our coordinator comes to hold a meeting with all the volunteers to make sure our days were all good, and if we have any concerns. Our coordinator is really great. He is available to us 24 hours a day if we ever are in need of anything. Meeting over at 8:30, and then social time for about an hour and catch up with how the other volunteers days went, or play games. Then by 10:00, everyone is usually sleeping, and do it all over again the next ...

Kerala, Sri Lanka, and Airport Fun

A travel blog entry by emandtim on Feb 03, 2014

24 photos

... houses and cute little walking streets. It felt more like a Dutch town (it was invaded and owned by the Dutch for years) than it did a Sri Lanka town. From there, our guide picked us up again and we were heading for our last stop, Colombo, where we would end our tour with our driver. But the adventures weren't over yet. This last day our guide stopped at a place on the way to take us on a boat tour. We all weren't thinking very much of it but figured we would give it a ...

This is getting so out of synch!

A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Jan 17, 2014

5 comments, 2 photos

... had been a long and bloody civil war in the country within living memory with the Tamil people of the North fighting for a seperate Tamil state. I knew this war was now over and the island was regarded as safe for travel. When I read in the guide that Sri Lanka is roughly the same size as the island of Ireland and with this recent history of bloody conflict now resolved, it sort of resonated with me. For readers who may just have stumbled on this blog and do ...

Colombo - Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Sep 26, 2013

2 comments, 14 photos

... stones that could be purchased.

I couldn't not visit Colombo without buying some of their locally grown tea...so hopefully not disappointed when we get to try when we get home.

After our last stop at the 5 star hotel for tea and cake ( after queuing for 15 mins) we left the group for our adventure into the local Pettah markets. We asked the hotel staff about walking there, but was told it would be better to get a Tuk Tuk ( tri shaw).... He ...

Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by aserota on Jun 17, 2013

3 photos

... our age. We then jumped onto a 2nd local bus, costing closer to 15p, later getting off where we felt was close. After nearly two hours of searching we finally came across our hostel for the next couple of nights; after walking across train tracts, me through a sewage pit and after asking countless locals for directions (which were close to useless). The accodation ...