Tangalla Bay Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sat and ate our lunch next to Kandy lake and and then headed to the famous Temple of the Tooth for their evening ceremony. As the sun was setting there was a beautiful light cast across the temple and a very peaceful feel. We then waited a while not quite sure what we were waiting for or if we were even in the right place! Another relaxed day on the Sunday, wondering around the city and enjoying a holiday feel to our trip. Then Lucy and the girls hopped on the ...
... 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 ...
... despite getting pretty wet, was fantastic seeing the elephants playing in the rain and then running into the lake and playing, as it was warmer in the lake. Our jeep was also forced to wait a number of times on the road, and to head off the tracks as the elephants were blocking the way. It was such an amazing experience and certainly the highlight of Sri Lanka for me. Heading back to our hotel, we capped off a great day, relaxing over dinner and some Arak ...
... I walked up the beach I was becoming more and more aware that there was nothing at all around, which whilst this was nice, this was also a little unnerving. I arrived at the spot that google maps had down as the location for this guest house - nothing, total isolation. I'd not seen a human for at least an hour to ask so checked the maps and decided that I was half way between the hotels from which I started my beach walk and a head land that had 3 hotels ...
... was soon gone as we might of well been walking the dunes of Stockton beach. The sand was soft, even close to shore and with the steep beach angle and heat it became a question of how much water did we bring.We did finally return to our starting point some 5kms later (felt like 50) and conveniently enough (being Sri Lanka) there was a beach bar to quench our thirsts some 100m down the beach. One thing has to be said, I for one love chinglish writing ...