Tangalla Bay Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Tangalla
... in the nest and started her crawl back across the sand down to the sea, those who stayed were able to follow her until she returned (a lot lighter!) to the sea. (Practically impossible to get photos as it was rather dark and they only use red torches so as not to disturb the turtles - on the few photos uploaded you may see the eggs and the vague outline of a turtle!).
A pleasant and relaxing few days.
... best place to go in Sri Lanka as the scenery was just something else. They were right, however, Liam likes to make things interesting for himself so somehow managed to get lost in the mountain forest as he was trying to go to Ella rock as a local gave him a lift to a different mountain 17km away on the back of his motorbike stating that it was Ella rock. Obviously Liam knew no different so wearing his flip flops (as he had planned for a more relaxing day looking ...
... drenched street. **** head didn’t take too kindly to this and determined to have his revenge, managed to negotiate most of the 5 steps before slipping over and taking out a table of drinks. Enraged, our host dragged him into the street and all the locals followed to watch the drunk get a beating.
We sat with the remaining guests, two Russians and a German. Incredibly, the DJ was so stoned he had fallen asleep. Taking advantage, I used the opportunity ...
... three hours in the park, we stopped by the coast and got our to stretch our legs. Our driver disappeared for a bit, before running back excitedly to tell us that he had spotted some turtles in the water below. We followed him and went to see for ourselves. Despite being on a cliff, we could clearly make out the Turtles swimming about in the water below. Our driver then took us back to the hotel, where we were greeted by a Sri Lankan breakfast that we had pre-ordered. The table ...
... metre long - wild chicken, colourful lizards, many peacocks, the crabs on the beach were there in their thousands and there were some excellent rock pooling locations with fish aplenty and to make this better, most fish were the "Gobis" I used to attempt to catch when rock pooling in north France with Mum, Dad and Bridie. There were also 2puppies the owners of the lodge had bought, old enough to run around and have fun with but still very small and cute.