Martin's Simple Lodge

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

    Hurry up and relax!

    A travel blog entry by purpleberry on Oct 07, 2014

    So it's been a few days now and I am currently Traveling north from Galle to Colombo...we are sitting at the very front of the bus and I have a bit of a waterfall situation happening with the window beside me..but I guess it's not so bad considering I love waterfalls and I was also too lazy to shower this morning! So to recap the last couple of days....while in Waddua we managed to get some great relaxing pool time in..I usually never have time to relax as I love just being on the go go ...

    It's the final countdown..

    A travel blog entry by elliemack on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... who wanted to work with them. I'm so glad we decided to work in the boys unit and weren't put off by the murderer who was supposedly amongst the boys! If I was able to spend more time in Galle, I'd want to return to schools and work more with older children (as now their term tests are over) and then in the afternoons visit the boys and progress with their english learning. During my time in Sri Lanka, I've worked with children and young adults aged 6-19 and I ...

    Sri Lanka's South Coast - Colonial Galle & Beaches

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 27, 2014

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    ... was over 30,000 but may have been closer to 50,000 because there were many unaccounted for.

    Among the interesting things in the area are the stilt fishermen, men who stand on poles in the water to catch fish. Nowadays, however, the few who are out on the poles are only doing so for tourist baksheesh. We did see other shore fishing, though, that included large numbers of men pulling loaded nets onto shore using lots of muscle ...

    This girl is on fireeeee!

    A travel blog entry by mlzmckenzie on Mar 25, 2014

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    ... the guesthouse we had been used to staying in, we paid almost 3000 rupis for lunch but omg it was so worth it, the food was suuuuch a welcome change from CURRY (I never want to eat another ever again ever ever ever ever ever) although... We are having it for tea tonight. Yum. Anyway, in all my infinite wisdom, I thought the sun might help my mosquito bites, and on the plus side I can't feel them anymore, on the ...

    Sri Lanka - Galle

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jan 23, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... amount of people, in this case mainly locals, which guarantees a solid rotation of food. Once the food is given out regularly you have a lower to chance to get something spoilt and subsequently get sick. We believe this is one of the basic survival rules in countries such as Sri Lanka or India.

    Regarding the city of Galle it used to be the main seaport of the island before Colombo port was developed. Its main attraction is the Fort built by the Portuguese in 1619.The ...