Tamarind Tree Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... wouldn't let her sleep if I stayed there. So I picked up my bags and stayed at her house. She lives in a big white three storey house with her grandparents, parents and aunt. There seem to be quite separate areas for everyone though. Her bedroom is this huge spacious room with windows that are open to the outdoors (no glass) which is so lovely, and the view is amazing! We sat and talked to her mum and ...
... vehicle under cover. Lots of people arriving, most in business dress, many of the women in beautiful saris. We felt very underdressed. The bell boys collected our bags and disappeared and we made or way to the desk thru the huge, freezing cold lobby. After some juggling the lass managed to get us in to a couple of rooms on the 8th floor. Getting out of the lift we walked along a walkway beside an atrium, with rows of rooms and floors all identical. At the end ...
... just over 5 hours to kill in Changi. We took the train across from T2 to T1 for a look around the shops there, Billabong had little in the way of swimming apparel. Back to T2 we had dinner in an American style pub before a further wander around the airport with the other transit zombies. Believe they have a pool in Changi, which would be a good option to freshen up next time. We settled into some seats and charged our phones watching the world go by. We bought ...
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 ...
... Back on the bus, but this time was a little less pleasant- it was rush hour and PACKED.
We had been warned about Sri Lankan men maybe being a little handsy, but in the packed bus no one bothered any of us! Even though we were standing crushed together or essentially sitting on people's laps.
Mr. Biryani's and Mr. Pepsi again for dinner, sitting on the rooftop and enjoying a beer with two Australian guys, Saz and Yewende.