Kurulu Baddha Hotel

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

Second week complete!

A travel blog entry by chloepowell123 on Jul 21, 2014

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... nick some). We managed to get an amazing 8 bed apartment with its own pool for the equivalent of £8 a night (WHAT?!). On the Sunday we went to Galle and looked round the Galle fort which was incredible! If I remember rightly (forgive me if I'm wrong) Galle was a Dutch town so there were many churches and the streets felt like we were in Europe not Asia at all! We happened to stumble across Sri Lanka vs South Africa cricket which was prettttyyy cool despite having absolutely ...

Partying in Galle

A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on May 11, 2014

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... As all going and it can be tricky, decided to get a mini bus there, which worked really well as it let us drop off our bags, do a quick change into some more party like clothes, then take us the 5 mins to the party. Both of our families had been amazing and given us an early dinner on Saturday, pretty sure our 'mum' had listened to the fact we would all love some rice, dahl and eggs as that's what we got along, with banana curry and some salad, ...

Galle town

A travel blog entry by elliemack on Mar 31, 2014

... well it has worked out. Next week the tests for grade 3 to 12 start at the school, therefore if I wanted to teach such older classes I would just get in the way of their tests. I've never taught such young children before, so it was a learning curve for me! In Jaffna, we were teaching nursery rhymes and playing games with the children to expand their oral English as they knew very little written (plus we wanted to avoid doing written work)! Therefore I had ...

Day 165 - Mini Adam's Peak & Cooking Lesson

A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 14, 2014

... I was a bit disappointed, that it had been toned down for western tastes, because I was hoping to learn how to make authentic Sri Lankan food. It wasn't a massive issue though, I'm sure I could just replace the vegetable oil with coconut oil when I cook the food at home.

We finally started the actual food preparation, by chopping up a variety of vegetables and adding them to a claypot, generally with onions, garlic, coconut milk, curry ...


A travel blog entry by elegibson on Mar 06, 2014

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... but they are yummy little fried bowls made out of ground rice mixture. Fill them with a fried egg or drizzle them with honey for a winning breakfast. Or you can use the mixture to make very thin noodles called string hoppers. Little mounds of string hoppers are good for mopping up your veggie curry or (my favourite!) stuff them with grated fresh coconut and honey!! And did I mention we saw a baby wild elephant...so close we could have touched ...