Time N Tide Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... The first, not as powerful, but equally devastating. Individuals ran to flee the first wave, and I read up on the train disaster in Hikkidua, many individuals ran for safety on the train which was parked, consequently drowning when the second wave struck. The woman who owned the museum survived the tsunami, and told us her personal story and struggle in the following years. It took two whole years for her to get another house, and she was ...
... owner's son) tells me that this will not be a problem at all as the trains stop running at nightime, and don't pick up again until at least 6.00am when the first one trundles through on the way to Galle. - After a while we will hardly know they are there. This turns out to be quite an understatement, as the first one that came flying through this morning at 5.30am nearly jolted me out of bed and sent me running to the window. Up close the train sounds like a ...
... bench, a couple came walking towards us... It was my friends Hannah and Ben for back home! We had known they were in Sri Lanka, but had resigned to the fact that we weren't going to see them, so it was such a nice surprise! We chatted for a while, exchanging stories of where we had liked and where we weren't so fussed on, and then parted ways. After a brief walk around the walls, we set off for Hikkaduwa on the train, not so sad to leave Galle (our not so favourite ...
... probably 10 times a day so the next morning we were ready for the beach again. We are early risers and at 8am we were already strolling on the beach enjoying the light breeze and lack of people. What immediately caught our attention however were small marks in the sand that we identified as baby turtle tracks. We were quite disappointed to miss this happening as there were no sight of any baby turtles but later we noticed that our guy with the sea weed for the turtles collected few of ...
... drink and dance all night. We obliged of course. We spent the night dancing away with them and the manager of the bar who was at least 75 and was still dancing at 3am.
Today was rainy, and in a beach town, the rain means there isn't much to be doing. After the night before though we may have been grateful for the excuse to laze around and not do much! So that is what we did. So I Skyped the family, which was really nice. Since we hadn't spent ...