Tamarind Tree Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... men were congregating in groups but young women were all out of sight. It was like the phrase ‘Lock up your daughters’ was being played out in front of our eyes.
It was fun seeing a bit of Colombo but we weren’t staying long. This was a brief overnight visit before heading over to the east.
'Hungry Like The Woolf' by Duran Duran
After a lazy day around the pool yesterday were I stayed under an umbrella and still managed to burn we met up with other members of the group and went to a fish restaurant for dinner. Kingsly our guide immediately purchased a bottle of coconut whisky, shared it out between us and left us to explore the menu for our selves. The huge prawns we had were so tasty and discovering the whiskey bottle empty we started on ...
... villages are soaked but still the colour and noise go on and the streets are busy. The ridge of hills that runs down the backbone of Sri Lanka is a backdrop to the string of coastal towns and is vibrant green and jammed with trees covered in vines. Everything grows so fast. Small as the country is I think it would take a long time to feel you really knew it. There's just so much of everything crammed into such a little space. It warrants another visit.
... lake. 'Short eats' is a term used by locals to describe little snacks foods such as samosas, pastries, fish rolls etc. That night we were taken out by some of Natalia's local friends for Sri Lankan Chinese, which is the actual term used to describe it as it is traditional Chinese food with a Sri Lankan twist. The food was amazing, much better than Chinese at home and the infusion of flavours worked wonderfully together. Our weekend was to be spent ...
Ayubowan! I have just officially finished my first week in Sri Lanka and it has been incredible so far! On Monday, I arrived at my home stay which is in a rural area of Sri Lanka! The people are so friendly. I live with a family who have many children, although I'm not actually sure who even lives here as a lot of the family live in the local area and the phrase sisters/cousins etc have been completely lost in translation! A major cultural difference ...