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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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... heels, I'm being thrown around like the spin cycle of a washing machine. As I desperately try not to swallow seawater - frantically trying to get my feet down and my head above water - there's a moment of primal terror before I manage to gasp fresh air and make contact with the ground.
A restorative lunch and cocktail makes it all better! After a couple more hours we walk far along the beach to a hotel called Chaaya Tranz where apparently turtles come ashore. ...
... that will take us to Galle, our final destination in Sri Lanka. Finally the motorway ends when it meets the sea and connects with the old Galle Road that wends its way back to Colombo and would deliver us back to the very doors of Casa Colombo if we so chose. As we drive along Marine Way towards the fortress walls of Galle's colonial heart, Kingsley explains that the entire area had been swept away by the Boxing Day tsunami ten years ago, which killed over ...
... different information and they have a tendency to tell you what you want to hear. Mysteriously we next ended up in a very damp and dull museum; we had gone in the wrong one. Who would have thought the Maritime Archeological Museum -next door - would be the good one! Not Roz anyway. After this disappointment it was time to retire out of the sun to read and do some banking. Another evening meal of fresh tuna, curries and rice eaten on a balcony overlooking the sea and a nearby ...
... to Kandy...it is meant to be amazing..when I saw it on YouTube I thought it looked like the Harry potter train ride they take over the bridge!! ....fast forward a bit and we have arrived at Colombo fort train station...we went to buy some tickets to travel with the locals in 2nd class carriages but were told there was only first class left...we bought the tickets and still had a bit of time to spare so we decided to go and have lunch at a local restaurant! We walked in and the ...
Well we decided it was time to slow down a bit so we have come to a lovely quiet place to chill for a couple of days.
Just outside the town of Matara is a tiny community called Madiha.
We were actually heading for Marissa but we couldn't find ...