Turtle Beach Cabanas
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this natural event. Once she was done she lumbered back down the beach, into the wash and she was gone.
A very slow process but totally entrancing and one I would recommend anyone going out of their way to see!
After another day of relaxing in my own little world away from the real world I headed back to the main road to join a bus to a more developed beach to conserve my money whilst enjoying my last stint of kicking back on a beach before leaving Asia.
... not such a bargain when Claire found she had no breaks and the seat kept tipping backwards, it made for an interesting ride! We pootled along the coastal track to the far end of the beach, then turned in land past the Mangrove lagoon. Passing a small house, a little boy waved hello and the family inquired where we going then invited us in. Their house was basic but felt very homely and they took pleasure in pointing out ...
... in the middle of a bout of heavy rain, which didn't stop our hostel sending their minivan to pick us up. The road from the station is currently being modernised, and is in desperate need of it. The landscape and the sheer amount of rainfall fills old roads with huge potholes, raging streams and blind corners, which would easily justify a 4x4. Tuk tuks still brave it though. Most of the roads have already been finished and the rest of the ride to King ...
... accommodation just back from the main stretch of sand; restaurants operated on the beach which in the evening would proffer the day's catch; and it was all mainly catering for the euro or the pound. The only down side about our time at Mirissa was that we we switched straight into holiday mode, and spent money and time accordingly. After two and a half months of acting the budget traveller, we felt we deserved three days off. We had a look at a couple of places, deciding ...
... fascinating to listen to. From Galle we trained back to Colombo. We do so love the trains, wind on your face, etc. And this one ran nearly the whole way only metres from the coast. However that was a sad reminder of the devastation of the tsunami, so many plots of land fenced but only the cement pad foundations remaining of a house. The government still not allowing fishing families or coconut farmers once living in these areas back to their land. Seems a cruel ...