Sanmali Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Sanmali Beach Hotel Marawila
Travel Blogs from Marawila
... a "top end" provider. We let Roy know that he wasn't in the ball park but a very nonchalant "we can negotiate" was all that was said..... Anyway we tentatively booked Roy and then went in search of an alternative, which we've found - Fernando "can you hear the drums" and have done a deal with him for USD70- per day for unlimited mileage, his accommodation and food. Seems like he's much more easy going, approachable and hopefully a better fit than Roy. Couldn't imagine another 2 weeks with ...
After having a delicious breakfast of beautiful fruit (sweetest of sweet) and if course trying one of there local teas ( which I will bring home for my clients having there massage ) we ventured to the local fish markets and wondered through the streets and watched village life take place. It reminds me if a mix of Bali and Siem Reip of Cambodia. Big large beaches and Great Lakes with canals fringed with coconut trees. ...
... their own currency , only USD this presents some problems of its own , now first I have get Local Cash from the ATM which is not an problem , but then I have to change somewhere in USD.... this policy is in place because they do not trust their own currency to be worth anything by tomorrow.. and they also have an nice little exchange Business going since you loose about 10% with this transaction. Every Tourist going ...
... the sunset, whilst the locals played cricket behind us. I really wanted to join in, but they lady who ran our homestay was preparing us a traditional Sri Lankan meal, so we had to get back. I did at least get to take a decent catch, when one guy hit a huge six in our general direction. Our dinner when we got back, was fantastic - a huge mound of rice, served with dhal, fish curry and potato curry. It was a nice introduction to the world of rice and curry, the Sri Lankan national ...
... Theresa estate in a taxi which is near wahahotte (near dambulla). When we arrived we were a bit dubious because it's in the middle of nowhere but after a long afternoon and dinner with the guy that owns the estate, we have had a good time. He bought the house off a Dutch man who died recently, but works in Colombo as a banker, he have us the whole history of Sri Lanka as well as organising us transport for the next 5 days which had been so useful. ...