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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... be described as having hell on earth inserted in my mouth.
Was quite tasty though...
Had a few drinks in the evening and took a few photos of the nice view from the rooftop bar. (photos to follow) So that was more or less most of my time in Sri Lanka, was only a one night stop over before I headed to the Bangkok, was a good start to my trip.
Photos and further blogs to follow.
Over and out
... elephant sanctuary. Outside the botanical garden we were watching a snake charmer with two cobras and a python, it was the first time that I saw a whistle blowing entertainer get bitten by one of the cobras! the speed with which it strikes is unreal, he had two deep teeth marks, but said he milked the snake before. Me and Jerome started to explore the ancient cities together and travelled to Habarana from Kandy by bus. Habarana is very popular for seeing crocodiles and ...
... parent(s) at noon, the uniform is the same throughout the country. Boys wear blue shorts, white collared shirts and a tie in the schools colours with black while the girls wear a white skirt, shirt and a tie in the schools colours, white socks and shoes with their hair short or tied in braided pig tails with satin ribbon matching the tie. No one stays in their house (probably because it's too dam hot and humid), community is a huge thing. Locals wear ...
... when she emerged from her vehicle which was about ten feet behind me and handed the keys to the valet parking chap (I told you it was posh) that I saw her. After a warm greeting we went inside and took a seat in the delightful foyer area as the afternoon tea service did not begin until 1530.
At the appropriate time we entered the dining area to be greeted by an immaculate maitre d' who was obviously in charge of the numerous ...
... in Panama City, taking three days to get it back to me).
I walked out the front door and into the heat of a Sri Lankan early morning in search of what might happen next. The first thing I fancied was a beer and so I walked fairly aimlessly along looking for what I could find. I had read in the guidebook that there was a shuttle bus from the airport where you could get a further bus into central Colombo, so that was the plan (after the beer obviously) but ...