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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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"Sitting out on a palm beach road, I'm so drunk and the car won't go, my crazy eyes keep looking out to sea...." On the south coast facing the mighty Indian Ocean and we are now experiencing the monsoon season, albeit late. The sea is roiling in its fury and washing the shore away and the skies are cloudy and rain happens on and off during the day. At times the showers are ferocious and the winds are whipping the ...
... made tangella so memorable to me is it's people. We had so many great experiences with locals that by our last day there we couldn't walk down the street without seeing one of our new friends and having a chat with them. It was nice to have that familiarity and recognition for something other than spending money. some of our reoccurring friends were; a local 21 year old boy that we met on the local beach. His girlfriend is studying in Toronto and just ...
... never will again but this was obviously a result of too close confinement in poor conditions. The poor animals were obviously out of their minds. There were many more examples and they were not attractive.
I spent a few hours there and saw some wonderful animals that I have little chance of seeing in the wild but I left feeling terribly sad somehow and that is not a normal emotionfor me in this most wonderful country. I shall leave it up to ...
... of effort I shall let my VT tip do duty in explaining the hotel and hopefully upload some photos here although this blog site still baffles me a bit for uploading, it seems to have a mind of it's own. For those of you that read both this and my VT pages it is going to become a little boring as there will be quite a bit of cross-pollination going on but, as I say, I can't spend all day typing the same stuff over and over. I explained the situation with the ...
... our way 150km south of the airport to Unawatuna - a small fishing village which is crawling with backpackers.
The first week of our trip we decided to take it easy... So we lay on the beach, sipping coconut milk fresh from the coconut itself. Life couldn't have been more chilled, until I decided to get involved in the food culture.
Whilst Abby decided to enjoy some freshly caught calamari i dived head first into the Sri Lankan curry. Now ...