Time N Tide Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We woke up at 8.30am and headed straight for our loungers on the beach. I had picked up a book from the night before - into the wild, so I began reading this. Myself and Nais sun cream was running low, so around 11am we walked down to the shop to buy some more. We found some suncream in a shop a little down the way, and was outraged to find it was 1,200 rupees, more than our room for the night. We then walked back to our hotel and saw Robin sat ...
... However, the narrow, windy, beachside road that all the guest houses hang off comes with its own challenges. The locals seem to think it is some kind of go-kart track and come belting around the corners at crazy speeds. The road hardly provides sufficient space for a single vehicle; so when umpteen are careering around the bends it can be pretty hairy. We are staying in a place called the Sunil Garden and Guesthouse; it has a tropical garden courtyard ...
... We massage their arms and hands, some ask for their legs doing but I just can't bring myself to touch some of them. People walk bare feet in Sri Lanka so as you can imagine the feet are cracked and dried and basically just gross. I'd do it if I could wear gloves but that may offend them. Lillian is my favourite, she has no teeth and makes hilarious face expressions, doesn't speak a word of English but we got on like a house on fire, I'd pull ...
... like being in heaven.
Immediately after checking in we went to the beach for a walk. Massive waves took our attention and the boats were looking so fragile and the people were enjoying the high tide with surfers who were riding the waves. It looked very surrealistic as couple of days ago, we were in a different world.
The first day we decided that Hikkaduwa would be our base camp and we would be enjoying getting a proper suntan. Finally the trip started to ...
... centre for young people, like a scout hut with dormitories etc and a couple of classrooms. It was not in use that day but wandering around by the lake we met the Chairman of the facility who took us inside to view certain trees around the building. They were buzzing with birds, lots of different species and he expertly described them all to us. His real job is with a multinational company but his passion is birds and developing a respect for wildlife amongst young people. It was ...