How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews Tamarind Hill Galle
Travel Blogs from Galle
... br> the waves people ran out to collect the fish washed up on the shore. In terms
of death toll Sri Lanka was the second worst hit after Indonesia, killing
30,000 on the island.
A great spot nearby the fort to visit is Sahana beach.
The beach itself doesn’t resemble paradise quite as much as the East coast but
it does have a surf shack who rent out boards for 250Rs/hr and give you a rejuvenating
cup of ginger tea when you get in. ...
... before in other blogs, I'm not a big sunrise/sunset person. But Indian Ocean sunsets are a riot of color, and to watch it oceanside, dangling our feet over the fort walls, was stunning. We capped the evening with dinner at a small outdoor cafe run by a Belgian-trained Sri Lankan chef. The specialty was freshly caught tuna and coconut curries, which were spectacular. We even had beers, though they were served in large coffee mugs- Galle has a ...
... br> Emily and Tom are a couple from New Zealand who live in Melbourne, they are here on their honeymoon and Hannah is an older lady from Germany who is here for some aurvedic treatments, we got chatting with Emily and Tom and as Emily and I really wanted to do some cooking the consensus was to do something together and as Hannah is on her own here we all wanted to invite her along as well. We were a jolly bunch at dinner ...
... room for the 13 of us! Someone made a joke about it being a little 'last supper-ish' with 13 people. I don't know who they suggested would be Jesus.. I the prawn curry which was absolutely delicious! It had so much flavour and a really mild spice. We shared a bottle of Chilean cab sav which was surprisingly nice and not ridiculously overpriced. We just went home that night, no parties as we were all exhausted. The next morning was really lazy, we lay ...
... I got away only with a bad bruised leg. We always carry a fully loaded first aid kit and after cleaning myself up we continued the walk. We saw few more interesting animals and a waterfall and on the way back we spotted a baby snake that I was able to hold for few moments to get some pictures. At the end of the walk we managed to see few monkeys that were very shy so we have only one good enough photo of one of them. Next – still in Sri ...