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TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Birdlake Hikkaduwa
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... a tent for 6 months, sleeping in the local Buddhist temple. She also told us that her husband was among the Sri Lankans which went fishing when the sea went out, and he was incredibly lucky to be alive. It was a very moving display, and it was interesting the learn more about what happened, and the warning signals they now have in effect in Sri Lanka. The woman's husband dropped us back to our hotel, and we spent the remainder of the day on the ...
... along the ground, - rattling the window panes, the cups in their saucers and the fillings in your teeth as it honks and parps its ear-splitting horns all the way through town. As incredible as it sounds, by the end of the week, I wake up at 6.30am, and realise that I have slept through the early train without a murmur. I am still amazed about this one.
After the train has gone the railway line becomes a hive of activity, - children skip up and down it, ...
... curry (3*), Pumpkin curry (4*), Potato sambol (3*), Chicken curry (6-10 cloves garlic), Eggplant curry (3*) and a Dahl or any vegetable curry (3*). Our teacher was really great, but there was no way she would back off on the garlic, not even for one of the dishes. There had been lots of positive writeup's in Tripadviser and she was really engaging, a little bossy and ensured all got involved. She was impressed at the advanced level of domestication of the ...
... turtles for the people to see and with other from the turtle rescue centre they were releasing the babies making sure that people are not touching them and they make it safely to the sea. Unfortunately it is not easy for the baby turtles to survive their first steps as lot of them will be eaten by dogs, monitors, birds and crabs before they even reach the sea so we were really lucky to be able to witness the safe start of their journey.
Our next trip will be to kannelyia rain ...
... or anything, we decided to splurge for dinner. Most restaurants here set out a table in front, where they display all the fish and seafood they had caught during the day. You go up and try and barter a good deal out of them and decide what fish you want to buy, and then they take it inside and cook it for you. We decided on a giant red snapper to share, and a jumbo prawn (which I thought was a lobster, it was about the same size anyway). They cooked it all up and ...