Tangalla Bay Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Suli, Neranjan and the crew. The chalets are a level up from basic in that we have fan and a great big verandah where we eat at night if the beachfront sand dining area is too wet. There is not much to do by way of township and our 4-5 km walk to the main road proved fruitless for a change of scenery! We have 3 days of this idleness before we hit Galle for some art and culture,here's hoping if the guidebook is ...
... have managed to fill it in two days, and the ipad is running out of space......we also need so cash changed. Interesting event! Banks typically close around 3.30pm, it is now 4.45pm, however our driver found us a bank that is open. Of course we forgot our passports, but had copies, which the bank accepts but with some hesitation. It took 20 minutes and three staff to change the money, all whilst sitting at the mangers desk making ...
... People were screaming and houses were flattened. He said the whole thing took 15 min, and everything he knew ended. He lost his father, brother and 3 nieces. His reenactment of his experience was haunting. It makes any problem I've ever Gadsden trivial. We met 2 guys on the beach working at a bar that tried to teach us how to slack line plus made delicious fruit Lassies, we saw them cruising around town frequently. We met another local business ...
... to see 15 foot waves crashing down we could see it was a boarders paradise!
Abby and I thought we would see how we would fair against these relentless waves, and we were doing pretty well until three whoppers came in quick succession. We managed to drive under the first monster but when resurfacing we got pounded with another beast. At this moment I think I swallowed half the Indian Ocean and moved at a speed Usain Bolt would've been impressed with ...
... and more.We returned and got right back in the taxi with our miraculously undrowned tsunami survivor friend and headed West along the coast to Tangalle.
Just West of Tangalle is a small, sleepy town called Goyambokka. It's main attraction for us is the sheltered cove which hosts one of the only safe-to-swim beaches on the South coast at this time of year. We befriended the waiter at the Green Garden Cabanas Resort, Manoj, who was ...