Kurulu Baddha Hotel

Address: Ambewela, Galle, Sri Lanka | Inn
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This inn is located on Ambewela, Galle.
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Travel Blogs from Galle

Narawa Eliya to Ella by train

A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Oct 23, 2014

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... that had been blasted away just sufficiently to allow the train clearance? The remainder of the trip went pretty much in reverse, descending into tea plantations and terraced farmlands. The tracks provided a transport corridor for the locals getting from one town to the next, despite warning signs stating 'Tres wolking upon railway track is punishable offence'. Train spotting seems a national pastime, with people coming to the station just to look at the train and who is on ...

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 ...

NEW YEAR

A travel blog entry by elliemack on Apr 15, 2014

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... balloon until in pops in your face, then running to the finish line. Drinking a bottle of fanta through a straw and then running to the finish line. Eating a Roll with your hands tied behind your back. These are just some of the games which happen to encourage children to be apart of the new year celebrations. On Monday we watched as the coconut milk was turned on. Outside our host dad was making a fire and boiling the milk like ...

Day Seven - In search of whales

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Mar 29, 2014

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I couldn't believe it when we had a knock on our door at 4:30am, we had slept through our alarm! Luckily we had everything ready the night before and were out the door in no time. It was an hour drive from Tangalle to Marrissa. We had phoned our whale watching company the day before to book a place on the boat for us two, and lucky we did as group after group kept arriving. Soon the boat was chocker! Saman, our driver was trying to get a free placement on ...

Galle

A travel blog entry by mlzmckenzie on Mar 26, 2014

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... at the orphanage too. We then took a trip to a unit off of the same service where young boys are kept on remand until trial. They range in age from 14 - 19. They didn't speak great English because they are taken out of school completely due to the nature of their crimes, but we let them listen to music from our iPods and played a few games of volleyball with them. It was really great seeing them interact positively with ...