Kurulu Baddha Hotel

Address: Ambewela, Galle, Sri Lanka | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Galle

Sri Lanka - Day 11 - Last Night in Lanka

A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 26, 2015

63 photos

... I decided to walk... It didn't make a difference and it was one way to clear pathway traffic. So, last night I had Piña Colada's... And tonight, I got caught in the rain. A bus driver asked where I was going, so I got out the piece of paper with the hotel address on it. It was a tad water logged and fell a part. Sitting on a bus at 7:37pm... The rest of the group are most probably sitting down for the farewell dinner. I'm dripping wet on a bus that has been ...

And so we reach the beach

A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jan 14, 2015

1 comment, 47 photos

... Galle beyond the fortress walls before we reach our chosen beaches.

On the first day we head to Unawatuna, our journey delayed by the ever-escalating demands of work filling our inboxes. But we make it there by lunchtime, finding a backpacker's resort of shabby guesthouses and restaurants advertising rooms to rent, alongside souvenir shops and places touting scuba diving, river safaris and whale watching.

The nicest place to spend the day is ...

10th December On to Galle

A travel blog entry by smadge on Dec 13, 2014

4 photos

... the lighthouse we came across a lovely simple mosque which we popped into at the invitation of its guardian who seemed unphased by Roz's bare shoulders, and was happy to show us round what was essentially an empty undecorated room. It did of course have a mihrab and a minbar (no wits amongst you that is not mini-bar, a minbar is the mosque equivalent of a pulpit). More importantly it had a few young men quietly performing ritual ablutions and praying, and more importantly still a ...

Sweet as, Kandy

A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering on Dec 07, 2014

62 photos

... still, there was a huge Komodo dragon sleeping almost covering the entire width of the path - this thing was huge! Paul was delighted and after a few photos we shuffled past him, one lazy eye opened as we passed.Once at the Temple we had to go through a quick check point, where we and our bags were search. A bomb went off in 1998 and destroyed some of the temple and killed a lot of people, security is still tight to this day especially on religious days, which it was when we ...

Hurry up and relax!

A travel blog entry by purpleberry on Oct 07, 2014

... it was a bit bigger than a regular tinny and had four wooden posts...two at the front and two at the back...these were for you to basically hold on to for your life!!!!! The sea was angry that day my friend was a bit of an understatement!...it was sooooc choppy we basically thought we were going to fly out of the boat as it crashed into the waves! We finally dropped anchor and jumped in the water..it was nice and warm but sooooo choppy we felt like we were in a washing machine...all ...