Martin's Simple Lodge

Address: Galle, Sri Lanka | Lodge
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        Travel Blogs from Galle

        The perfectly Preserved Colonial town of Galle

        A travel blog entry by trina.donkin on Aug 22, 2015

        24 photos

        We arrived in Galle, an atmospheric piece of time warped history. Streets of low slug Dutch villas surrounded a walled fort and beyond that the beautiful breaking waves of the Indian Ocean.

        Galle , Sri Lanka

        A travel blog entry by lee62 on Jul 22, 2015

        11 photos

        ... the grime off we noticed a bee or two dive bombing . Looking up at the bathroom window we were horrified to see it covered in bees..they were starting to get in through the grate,,,shower cut short , bathroom light switch off, door shut quickly and then a deep breath,, We dressed , ran out of the rooms and told the front desk who suggested we keep lights off as they attract the bees.. They did go upstairs and clean them up the best they could ...

        Sri Lanka - Day 11 - Last Night in Lanka

        A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 26, 2015

        63 photos

        ... tank for 2 days, before being released into the ocean, at night, giving them the best chance for survival. The wheels on the bus go round and round, stopping at Galle (pronounced Gorl) famous for its Dutch Forte and home to Sri Lanka's crown jewel - The cricket stadium. I enjoyed exploring the town of Galle. It has a very boutique feel about it, perhaps due to its Dutch influence. For me, it showcased examples of Sri Lanka's past and modern artistic influences in higher ...

        A sudden and unfortunate end to our trip

        A travel blog entry by peacocks2014 on Feb 04, 2015

        26 photos

        ... was a
        gentle amble through luxuriant jungle scenery and colourful, if ramshackle,
        towns and villages. The towns may not have looked like Las Vegas (thankfully)
        but their names were wonderfully exotic and often devilishly difficult to
        pronounce; we visited Unawatuna, Hikkaduwa, Tellwata, Piyagama, Aluthgama and
        even Sumar Sangakkara (only joking, this is a cricketing joke for fans of the
        great game) The 100 mile or so journey to Colombo took most ...

        Unawatuna and Galle

        A travel blog entry by richalive on Jan 29, 2015

        5 photos

        ... other vital emergency goods. Late afternoon, we took the short journey into Galle. An important trading centre since ancient times, the fortifications seen today were built by the Portuguese and then the Dutch in the 16th to 17th centuries. The test cricket ground was completely destroyed by the tsunami and rebuilt thanks to generous donations made by cricketers Shane Warne and Muttiah ...