The Palms Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and open your eyes ( better in a snorkelling mask ) - you could see more then in all animal planet movies! Pink, blue, yellow, violet, big, small, flat, round - all this is just swimming around and steering at you! On the beach - it is enough place for every tourist. As well as for crabs and tortillas - they are very happy to be fed from tourists hands by water plants. Time is passing by so fast that even couple of couple of rainy hours are getting ...
... dinner drinks! We headed down to the Lagoon. The tree limb had been cleared away but the hand rail was still smashed. At the table our waiter explained how the mains worked. You chose the amount of fish, prawns, squid, they weighed it to work out the price, then cooked it in the sauce or style you wanted, and you had to decide on what sides you wanted. WAY to complicated. We ordered entre's, oysters, suchi etc. easy, then spent some time deliberation over that we could select ...
... supported by the foundation, in a local temple. Around 30 kids turned up, aged around 4-15years. Myself and the rest of the volunteers lead group songs & games which they all seemed to enjoy, I left after 30 high fives and huge smiles...one thing I noticed was a young boy, possibly 12, sat out of the games throughout the session. He was a monk. Dressed in a long orange coloured robe. We asked the locals if he was allowed to join in - which they said he was. I found it fascinating ...
... are so important. After the interview, I had lunch in the canteen and went on a factory tour. I ended the day with a cold sprite at the cricket club at Colombo Oval in Borella for a WIM meeting. I thought I'd include some of the front pages from the local papers over the last couple of days on the Buddhist-Muslim clashes in Aluthgama and Beruwala. Today the Prime Minister returned back to the country and visited the sites that have been subjected to ...
... is a blessing. We jumped in as soon as we had settled in to our room. The owner is a young Chinese guy, and he loves gadgets. We have an android "smart TV" in our room. The only thing is that the remote doesn't work properly, and after trying for about an joyride we couldn't work it at all. The caretaker also couldn't work it. The owner showed us how to get movies, but can't figure out how to get TV channels. So the TV is ...