Siyanco Holiday Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSiyanco Holiday Resort Polonnaruwa
Un hôtel très propre, très confortable. Une super piscine bien appréciée. Restaurant OK. Déjeuner un peu cher, sous forme de buffet, OK. Lors de notre passage l'internet ne fonctionnait pas, déception. On a demandé un rabais sur la chambre qu'on nous a accordé. Personnel sympatique. Super salle de bain, grande et propre !
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Now we're in the hills and have spent 5days rooted in Kandy thanks to a series of horrible hotels and rail strikes. We're in a nice place now, a colonial villa called the olde empire hotel. Sitting on the balcony watching life go by beneath I wish I had a cup of tea and a massive moustache, why not? The beard will have to do for now...
We'll be in Vietnam this time next week, which will probably be about the time I get back to you. See you there.
These giant statues are famous in Sri Lanka and were something we had all been looking forward to.
Jody and Bryan were quite tired as at 4am Jody woke with a scream as she realised there was a giant cockroach in the bed with her!
Jagath picked us up from the guesthouse as arranged and we said a fond farewell to him as we hopped on the bus to Polonnarawa.
Becki and Josh made some new friends as a family travelling on ...
... ticket. But everything changed after he sent the pictures of Unawatuna Beach to his gf. She said she is coming to Sri Lanka and meet him there. So Joy is extending the room and he stays in Galle until his gf comes.
My other new roomate is a Turkish guy that we met yesterday in Galle Railway Station. We didnt know where to go and what to do exactly but this was gathered us. Little bit story about El, He lives in Phuket for the last 2 years, he ...
... utterly bizarre.
After the glitz and glamour of the opening ceremony, the following day was the start of the conference proper, which was taking place in an upmarket district in Colombo. We arrived bright and early, and with some apprehension as to what to expect. The structure of the day began with a talk in the main plenary, an enormous room with a sparkling stage at its apex. Frankly, the talk was pretty dry, and easily the most forgettable aspect of ...
... bus journey, we arrived in time for the sunrise, and breakfast on the beach, and the first thing I noticed was that everything here is staggeringly cheap. To stay in a bungalow for 6 people cost us less than three pounds a night, with some rooms costing as little as 50p. Enormous curry dinners can be purchased for less than the cost of a chocolate bar in the UK, and buses cost no more than 20 rupees (around 7 pence). I headed straight for the beach to rent a ...