- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... I realised scar faced man was joking and the charge was actually quite reasonable, I expressed my gratitude as he had saved my bacon, (I was good enough not to use that phrase to the gentleman in question though) since there are no banks or ATMs in the national park and (anyway I still needed to pay for my accommodation I am currently using) tomorrow banks are definitely closed. Phew right?!
the mosque we saw was very beautiful and I managed to get a few pictures ...
... and up. There is only one break at Arugam itself 'The Point’it is a point break over shallow rocky reef and can get very crowded, especially for at sunrise for a dawnie. ‘Whisky Point’ about 25 minutes (1000 LKR) by tuc tuc breaks at constant point over a sand bank, it picks up a lot of swell, but is a much gentler wave than the point, not as hollow. The surf schools like to use this spot, with many beginners on soft boards surfing the foamies. I surfed ...
... left just in time to eat dinner, pack and head to bed. I had a tuk tuk come to get me at 3 am to start my very long, round about way for getting home. From Sri Lanka I flew 4 hours to Mumbai where I had a wonderful 24 hour layover. I wasn't able to get a transit visa so I was stuck in the air port. its a small one room airport under construction, full of mosquito's and nothing exciting go see or do. A big shout out to Leah, Sam and Brianna who kept me electronically company ...
Departed once again after breakfast and anticipate a long ride to go further south west from Bundala. A little extra information for Irene and Guy, my In laws, who continue to learn about different cultures, history, geography even at 83 years of age. They follow us with a world map and read up on all the destinations we visit. Mirissa is the town in which many boats head out for whale watching and lucky for us it's the time to observe these gentle ...
After the obligatory photograph, I wandered towards the door and was immediately accosted by a pretty elderly Sinhalese man who apparently spoke no English but literally dragged me
by the arm up the stairs of what is rather a fine old building. It was opened in 1873 following Colombo's designation as a municipality in 1866. It is pleasant enough to look at externally and internally although it is looking a bit tired.
By the ...
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