Tangalla Bay Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... are required to undergo a driving test that most will fail 2 or 3 times so many don’t bother. They also said that all those infographics you may have seen on Facebook, in the newspaper about the number of people who have died in the building of the World Cup stadiums, is correct. A couple of hours in Abu Dhabi was enough to convince me that the conditions must be nightmarish.
Anyway, bugger all done all day - ...
... shabeen. Night after night the drinking and partying continued, with Lawan seemingly unable or unwilling to call time on any of it. His mental health was deteriorating and his old friends had slipped away, replaced by a new crowd. When he told me he was convinced that someone was coming to attack him with a machete we started packing.
Our new guesthouse owner was very friendly, he particularly enjoyed giving Amber some long hard hugs. He had organised a DJ ...
... strong currents, all a result of the 2004 tsunami.
While waiting we watched a short BBC documentary highlighting the efforts by the British tourist who established Turtle Watch. Since its establishment, locals who were once turtle poachers are now employed by the NPO and have become guardians to the turtles, providing 24 hour protection.
By the end of this documentary it was time to head to the beach ...
Spoke to the owner while planing our daily activities, Michel, a French guy, lives here with his wife and child and has been, for over four years. Prior to this, he lived in India for twelve years. The place is ok, but maybe a little steep for what we get. I did not have any water for my shower this morning, needless to say, I was not a happy camper. I only discovered this after I entered the shower and ...
... busy and fumy. We had a little walk and went down to the beach for a bit of a swim. Too wavy for Josefina to enjoy, but I had fun. Sunbeds for use if you buy a drink. As for the beach, well it was fine, but Mirissa is not a undeveloped place, the sunbeds and chairs went almost to the waterline and some ugly big buildings crop oup over the plam trees. I never understand why this kind of thing is allowed, as it will destroy the reason people come in the first place. If I wanted Benidorm, ...