Tangalla Bay Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... t Hike (unless there is a free bottle of wine involved, but this is not the cloud forest of Panama, nor is there any booze in this town).
I must admit we were dreading the travel day today. We've done a lot of longer bus rides to see as much of the country as possible, and today's haul from Ella to the southern beach coast was going to be 5 hours on a public bus. And, there is only ONE direct bus per day, passing through Ella at ...
... infected and she was spiking high temperatures, with a large lump under her arm. We head to Colombo with the intention of going to the hospital there, but our friend at Food Corner recommends a GP. After some blood tests - which Rana screams through, the receptionist is recruited to sit on her - and a course of antibiotics, our little champion comes right and we are delighted to be continuing our adventures. For some reason we decide to celebrate by heading back to Tangalle - ...
... with egg, chicken or fish. We shared a meal PLUS we had three yogurts, all for 280 rupee, less than $2.50. And it was so much better than the lunch at the Galle fort hotel which was 10 x more expensive. We ate with our hand, through the lack of cutlery....very enjoyable. Slightly refreshed we saddle up for the last hour of riding. It feels like it is getting hotter and more humid. The climb is getting harder as the legs tire, but we ...
... wait too long before we went to see the other turtle laying her eggs as well. Just as the second turtle had finished laying it was then time to go and see the 1st turtle return to the water. It was such an incredible sight as we could really see how huge the turtle was now. Slowly but surely she made her way down the bank, before disappearing back into the sea. The next day we really didn't get up to much, we spent most of the day chilling out and lounging around as there ...
... is unbeatable. The hilarity of misspelt words, sentences with no meaning and general word placement is hilarious. So much so that I've been taking photos of the more memorable examples. One prime suspect is the humble tuk tuk. The photo attached will speak for itself. The later part of the day was spent exploring our streets directly behind the bungalow and with some rough idea of where the ocean was we stumbled upon a dirt road. This led to ...