The Danish Villa Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... When I pull my licence they point at the badge and ask what I do. 'Police Officer in Australia' of course:-) They smile, wobble their heads and send me on my way. Phew!!!
After reaching Buttala I head west through the mountain towns of Monaragala and Siyambalanduwa (I want you to remember these names please:-) Finally I get to put the beast through its paces.The temp drops a few degrees and the road winds its way through the most amazing ...
... made even funnier, by a tiny local occupying one of the seats. None of us are short, so three tall guys, a Englishman, a Frenchman and German get into a tuk tuk. Sounds like the start of a joke, anyone got a suitable punch line?
Anyway, returning to Jean Baptiste's and Anne's place, man I was spoilt lucky. They were staying in this amazing tree house cabana, with its own rooftop balcony. So sitting under the stars, drinking with great company, listening to the sound of ...
... 4.30am - all the lights at the folly were off! We scrambled around in the dark for our belonging before the noise of the truck picked us up. An hours drive and the rise of the sun finally took us to the start of Kumana National Park. We saw elephants grazing at the lagoons, crocodiles in the swamps, monkeys on the trees, mongoose running across the roads, so many tropical birds and fish - and that was all before 9.30am! A completely breathtaking experience. By ...
... sitting so we retired to a beachside cabana for the rest of the day. After skipping lunch it rained so we retired to our porched and ordered a few lions. Hope the same bill/tab thing doesnt repeat itself here. We actaully bumped into a few people we have seen the entire trip so far. We also have a dog that hangs outside our hut but you can see the ticks all over her. Her name is tick bags. Me Deb and Tickbags chilled and let time go by. This place is paradise. Could do this all ...
... travellers who were staying on the beach. It was the first western people we had spoken to since leaving England, so felt really novel to actually understand exactly what was being said! It was interesting hearing about their experiences in the countries we are heading to. After a few to many drinks we fancied some late night snacks, so ordered an omelette & chips, (The only thing available) and headed to ...