Time N Tide Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... for me as I went through, they obviously weren't very busy! There were some great old maps and letters that had been written, some information on the colonial era, but in general it wasn't a 'must see'. I realised that this had taken a lot less time than I had imagined, so went to the train station 'ladies waiting room' and had a nap for half an hour! I started talking to a great english couple on the train, who I got on with really well, but ...
built previously and the Dutch then reinforced. There is no evidence of
the portcullis now but walking through it (watch the traffic as there is
no footpath (sidewalk)) you can appreciate just how thick these
Here then lies the mystery and if anyone can clear
it up I would be most grateful and amend this tip with due
aknowledgement. My best efforts on the internet have failed to bring a ...
We are hikkadua now at the beach so a change of plan. We were waiting at the train station yesterday and met 3 British guys who convinced us to come with them so we did haha. But instead of 5hrs travel we did like 12 it was a long horrible day lol. Bus ride was hell had **** at my face the whole time it was horrible lol we were all so agitated even the boys. Got in at 11.30 and mumma helped us get accom at big tuna - very average but very cheap. At the beach now it's great ...
... the Tsunami. It was built beside the railway because of the terrible story which goes with it... On the day of the Tsunami, after the first small wave hit - hundreds of people fled to the train and got on it. When the second wave hit, the train, the tracks and the ground beneath it was destroyed. 1720 people were killed on that train - the worst train disaster in history!
On the opposite side of the road was another memorial monument for those who lost their lives no ...
... or whatever is handy). The women asked for water and milk. At the fish market I bought a huge Tuna for $7 and plenty of squid for $4.
Back in the concrete Kitchen with the gas stoves, we started. I chopped with a neighbour, who though it was funny that a man was interested in cooking. All the Sri Lankan men had suddenly disappeared. Later we found them already drinking the Arak. We were only thirty minutes from being ready and the time for everyone ...