Tamarind Tree Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... southern district of Bambalatipiya, which is more interesting and reasonably priced than the downtown Fort area, and there are very regular local buses for the trip downtown.
On the Saturday afternoon, we headed into the Pettah - the bazaar area - which was absolutely heaving with people, tuktuks and the rest - complete bedlam! Then we headed over to the Fort area - a mix of old colonial buildings, ...
... some TLC,buildings that were once the pride of the island awaiting a bit of love. Sebastian had his beard trimmed at a local barbers we had spotted when we first went for a walk and he even had a face massage whether he wanted one or not. By the waterfront a vast port complex halted by the new government that didn't have the right permission and planning that was starting to alter the beach upon which the locals have ...
... bus designed for about 20 people so we could really spread out. The tour guide, Upali and the driver, Hector, met us just off the gangway. The first day we were going well inland from Colombo to Pinnawela, site of the Elephant Orphanage, and then to Kandy, the capital under the last king. Though not very far from Colombo (about 100 km), the drive was estimated to take about 3 hours because of traffic and construction. Luckily our guide was able to fill the time ...
... lift lobby on Monday afternoon.
We have just returned from a 'shopping' trip, me to the cobblers to get my sandals soles glued up and Boz has a task to get a couple of Elford CC flags made whist out here, we both have success but the finished results won't be known until next week on our return from Kandy.
We are on the 10.35 to Kandy in the morning from Colombo Fort Station 1st Class Air conditioning, it is not what ...
... In het hotel vragen we hoeveel een taxi naar Kandy zou kosten en ze bellen de taxi maatschappij die de locals gebruiken. Ok het zijn maar hele kleine Renaultjes maar ze kosten ook maar 50 Rupee (0,29€) per kilometer. De rit zal ons dus hoop en al 40$ kosten. We ask him to drop us off in the neighborhood of the hotel and offer him 60$ to bring us to Kandy (110km from Colombo or 2-3h of driving). He asked 80$ and according to the internet 65-70$ is a correct price. ...