Tangerine Beach Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTangerine Beach Hotel Kalutara
The hotel was very good. Location is right next to the ocean but beware if you enter the sea, as there is a shelf and you drop into the sea. The food was good and the rooms comfortable.
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... showed us around. We then got to enjoy some local delicious snack before it was time for us to head back to Colombo again.Since my cousins parents-in-law currently are working in Colombo we had decided to meet up with them for dinner. They took us to a beautiful modern dinner spot with delicious food. After dinner we went with them to check out their apartment before taking a rickshaw back to our hotel as we were supposed to fly out to Mumbai the next day, or so we ...
We get the train back to Colombo so I could go to my dentist appointment to have a root canal. We got the train from Matara which is the start of the line. This was good as it meant we get a seat on the train and we don't have to worry about fighting our way on with our luggage. It was a great train journey seeing all the sights and shanty houses along the coast. Plus the endless, somewhat ...
... searing heat with a large amount of croc wearing and camera wielding Chinese and some Sri Lankan children giving me a good poke in the back because they were interested in my white skin. The one and a half hour journey was quite nice after booking the air conditioned carriage but slightly ruined by the middle aged Chinese guy playing gangnam style on his phone. When we arrived however, there was a plush car waiting to transport us to the next place we were staying (very welcome) where ...
... waking up in a sweat box to the sound of lightening and torrential rain (it is the monsoon season on the west coast of Sri Lanka!) we decided to head to Colombo to catch a train to Kandy. We caught our first Tuk Tuk to the local bus station and found ourselves on a bus heading to Columbo - a two hour journey cost £1 each bargain! And we got the chance to mingle with the locals. On arrival in Columbo - we were quickly shooed off the bus into the middle of a bustling ...
... and waiting for the rest of the tour group members to arrive. Will spend the time learning a little about this country and what I can expect to see and do.
Sri Lanka’s history is a source of great pride to both Sinhalese and Tamils, the country’s two largest ethnic groups. The only problem is, they have two completely different versions. Every historical site, religious structure, even village name seems to have ...