Shangri La Guest House
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... way of going for a dip.
Galle itself, especially the old part of time is really well worth a look. We spend the day wondering around and take in the old buildings, view around the fort, the lighthouse etc. This place should be packed with restaurants but somehow, even the dining out culture isn't taking off here. We look for a while for a place to eat, stopping once at an open restaurant with a menu at the front, asking if we could have lunch, the lady replied "oh i ...
... bed that joins onto the dormitory. Oh, and you can put a lock on that room, no security measures in my room. It is also the only hostel in quite a busy tourist strip.
I am fortunate though, there has been a good group of British travelers staying in the dorm, and real sound characters, all with different travel plans and ambitions.
I was hesitant a few days ago, a click away from changing my ticket to return home. But this group gave me ...
We decided that we would plant some roots for a bit and spend some time just relaxing, wave diving, body boarding, drinking and getting burnt, so we chose Mirissa due to its laid back charm and lovely beach. We liked it so much we stayed a few extra days, ...
... small world and I ask the girl on reception how old she is; she's 19 and has just finished her studies, she is going to go to university, she asks for my email address!
There is also another snake hawker this guy has a bigger snake and a bigger monkey, it's very cruel, typical, Mark is nowhere to be seen! Quite cool though is we see a turtle in the sea, close to shore.
In the end we both agree to get a taxi to the airport, as it's a very ...
... not substantial enough and I decide that I prefer the humble king prawn instead. Az has rice and curry and although its ok it will never be anywhere as good as the one we had in Ella. Our last day is spent relaxing in Unawatuna. We have a simple lunch and stroll along the streets. It starts to drizzle slightly and the tide is high so there's not much beach to walk along. We take a different turn and find a nice cafe hidden in pretty gardens. We have some tea ...