Kurulu Baddha Hotel

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

Colombo back to the beach

A travel blog entry by sarahinsrilanka on Dec 26, 2014

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... hole and lifted the van as Ben directed the car back over into the road. Both situations could have been pretty disastrous, stuck in a small village we may have had to sleep in the car until we could get help in the morning. But we were so lucky and I'm grateful for the kindness and help from these local men who didn't even seem to know the word thank you, though I'm sure they understood. We arrived in mirissa, met up with the boys from Jersey and went for some ...

Galle (bus from Mirissa)

A travel blog entry by colcat on Oct 21, 2014

... curry if that makes sense. The sauce seemed to be like a spicy sweet and sour one ... Very odd indeed. Anyway at $5 each once again, who is complaining. It was filling and neither of us could finish it. Set off to walk around the fort. Amazing how big it is and how quaint the buildings and streets inside the fort are. Reminded us a lot of Vietnam especially Hoi An. Took us a coup,e of hours to walk around but at least there was a lovely breeze blowing. We had just come full ...


A travel blog entry by cathykate8 on Jul 28, 2014

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... and its inhabitants (this is where we discovered Roti man). The book is exquisitely illustrated with quirky maps by local artists and was introduced at the Annual Galle Literary Festival. Juliet was a young British Foreign Correspondent and photo-journalist who has also lived in Australia, was sent undercover to Burma then thrust into the middle of post-tsunami Sri Lanka in 2004, reporting on the destruction and tragic loss of lives from within the sanctuary of Galle Fort, ...

Morning train

A travel blog entry by laurebondoux on Apr 15, 2014

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On 15 April, we walked to Weligama train station in time to catch our train at 6.30. The first train we saw was completely packed but someone on the platform advised us that the next one would be less busy. We decided to wait in the hope we’d have enough space for our bags. The train was late but turned up eventually. It was a good thing we waited for this one as it was completely empty and we could sit very comfortably for the 3.30 ...

Galle town

A travel blog entry by elliemack on Mar 31, 2014

... lazy to learn another language. They feel that because they already know the main language, English, then if they need to communicate with others then all they need to do is speak English. At times even I feel this, even when on holiday in France! Although I know some French, I would hesitate to speak it normally as I know waiters or waitresses know enough English for us to communicate- very ignorant of me!! The school is enormous! It is the largest Buddhist ...