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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We got back to Hikkaduwa with enough time to check into our hotel and go for a swim. I went for a run along the beach because there are a few tourists around and it seems safe enough. However, this damn beach is slanted at an angle and I was pretty much running on a slope, sideways, sinking into soft sand, dodging rocks.. kids throwing tennis balls, and really slow strolling tourists. So at about 10 minutes into my run I ...
I was still in pain last night so I cheated and ate at a Woodfire Pizza restaurant attached to the hotel. I normally argue with the bride about the merits of eating locally but I am using the sympathy card on this occasion:-)
I started with a dozen tiger prawns in chile batter with a fresh tartare sauce, outstanding. This was followed by a delicious supreme pizza and washed down with a longneck of Lion lager. A bargain at $8 and ...
... we had a good laugh it really took my mind off wanting to vomit haha!! We arrived back at he harbour and I saw Sam again who had stayed upstairs due to all the sick people being downstairs haha they all helped us off the boat where I made a small rip in my shorts it was such a lunge haha!!! We then stopped off for some lunch before making the four hour journey back to negombo!! We tipped our driver £40 and said our goodbyes me and Sam instantly missed him lol we did say ...
... We had a drink and snack at a beach bar and carried on to Unawatuna.
Its only 5 KM from Galle so we thought we may just stay in Unawatuna and take a day trip out to Galle to save packing up and moving again.
The weather was glorious when we arrived, about 32 Degrees and sunny.
Our driver dropped Claire and John at Flower Garden - about £45 per night with a lovely pool, a little over our budget so we eventually found our guesthouse , Brinkhouse- £20 ...
... He's a really nice guy but doesn't speak great English. Nonetheless he pointed out lots of different things as he drove me south to Hikkaduwa. We stopped for a few photos on the way but I might not be able to upload them for a while.
I went to a turtle sanctuary which was really cool. It was sadly destroyed by the tsunami in 2004 but they have recovered and are flourishing. It ...