Tropic Inn Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTropic Inn Hotel Mount Lavinia
Room were OK, regularly cleaned however DO NOT GO INTO THE DORM - IT;S DISGUSTING! MOULD CRAWLING OVER THE WALLS.
Seems to be family run who were friendly plus it;s near the beach which was good.
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... as they say at the Guardian.
Nevermind, the hotel was cool and we only got marginally ripped off for a tuk-tuk all the way to the ground. All the way to the ground some three hours early. All the way to the ground in miserable looking drizzle (mizzle?). My heart was sinking with every raindrop.
Nevermind, again. We got to the ground along with a few other early birds and about a thousand Sri Lankan police. I ...
... families run in and out of the break water - it was quite a sight to be seen. So many people around yet it was so peaceful and quiet even with tons of school kids to boot! A warm sticky breeze added to our stroll and on return after many potholes later we explored our Grand hotel. This place is massive! 11 restaurants, 2 pools, 3 towers of a building it's very easy to lose yourself! A lovely dinner for the equivalent of €10 between us, what's not to ...
... had been informed in Manchester that the delay was rotation tech – and that surely we are in our full right to overnight care, the cheerful young man at the transfer desk in Doha agreed to set us up in a nice 4 star hotel, 16th floor overlooking Doha overnight. I don't even have to mention the amazing breakfast buffet of freshly baked bread, pancakes, waffles, omelet and whichever we wanted.
When I finally arrived ...
... me anyway so what was the point? Perhaps going vegetarian for the evening may be a wise option here."
I should finish this particular post with a bit of an explanation. I know the last several posts are sounding very negative (awful railway museum, ripped off at the old Town Hall, inedible meat in a "flash" restaurant etc). but this is not the impression I want to give at all. I am thoroughly enjoying every day in this wonderful country and wouldn't swap it ...
... was a downpour they way it can only happen in Asia. Stll, it is not a major problem as it is warm. The problem arises when you are left stranded in just the clothes you stand up in and potentially have to wear the next day and they are soaking wet as they were when I eventually walked home. There was no obvious place to hang them up and so I decided that as the room was air-con that if I spread them out on the spotless tiled floor that would ...