Tangalla Bay Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Tangalla
... coming to my guest house"! Oops. So, young guy (Dilhan) and I arrived at the Tangalle Private house and what a lovely spot it was. A little further than the five minutes walk to the beach that it had said online. However, he was a real sweetie and the place was delightful. It was like a little house and had a garden. Peacocks and birds included. A real little sanctuary.
Dilhan offered me a complimentary drink and showed me ...
... advance to gain a seat in preparation for the AMAZING views on that train journey) so it was a relief to arrive. He was greeted by many locals attempting to lure him to stay with them as you could see the cash symbols in their eyes as they were waiting for tourists to get off the train. Liam went to stay with a kind lady and her two children for 3 days and he slept very well that first night! Liam had spoken with travellers previously and they all said that Ella ...
... decision was made that we should leave with enough time for an unmissable pit stop, a night in Galle, on the way back to Colombo. The views from the bus's open window were post-card perfect, the coastline is truly breathtaking, with pristine white sands and turquoise clear waters which we hadn't seen at Tangalla due to massive crashing waves.
The fort area of town really surprised us, it's full of charm with an arty feel, interesting Dutch ...
... Yalla Park for the first of our two safari's. The vehicles were 4 by 4's with seating arranged high above the drive. They lurched and rolled violently and by the time of our return we ached from head to foot but wow what sights. Elephants, wild boar, water Ox, monitor lizards, crocs. Various deer and loads of birds. We have a free morning tomorrow before setting off animal hunting once more in the afternoon. Shattered now but great fun. Take care R & ...
... 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 ...