Tangalla Bay Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Tangalla
... We crossed several National Parks and kept our eyes out for elephants.On the coast road, as we neared Tangalle, we saw a sign for a Bajaj factory. Our driver told us they get all the parts from India and build two models of auto rickshaw there. He didn't think we could get a factory tour.....
April 24-27, 2015
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... 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.
... we also saw various types of birds, water buffalo, mongoose and crocodile! We then took a trip down the road for feeding time at the elephant orphans transition home, where orphan elephants go to be looked after till they are ready to be released in to the wild. Baby elephants running to get there milk is just the cutest thing! After our safari we headed straight for the bus to Tangalle beach. Another beautiful beach, this one being much quieter and less ...
... is in England studying and the responsibility of running the guesthouse and raising the son is all on his shoulders. He is assisted by a few of his homeboys who hang around the place listening to reggae music, surreptitiously smoking da reefer. Regrettably, we will witness the descent of Lawan into a burbling, bloodshot drunk over the next month - but more of that later.
The beach by the guesthouse is the area the local fishermen work huge nets out into the ...
... 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 ...