Weligama Bay Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the pocket book a little break.
After work some days I would play cricket with the boys in my neighborhood. Watch the fisherman repairing their nets before they head out for the day or just wander the beach. It is a peaceful place, not too overrun by tourists, yet. But if you are going to go get there soon,with the opening of a monstrous Marriot on the main beach this idyllic beach won't stay the same for ...
... For over five hours. I digress... But now, I'm sure you are closer to understanding the level of relief that we felt when we got off that bus, and quickly made the decision to shell out for a tuk tuk for the last stretch of our eight hour journey, instead of get on another effing bus. We arrived at our host Lahiru's house in Weligama at around 9pm and realised that in our desperate scramble to get the last leg of our journey over with, we had forgotten to check if we ...
... name of any species we came across. The highlight of the day was our encounter with a green vine snake, mildly poisonous only so we can handle it for a few minutes. It is tiny like a green bean but changes colour in contact with our warm skin to silver. We also see many lizards and spiders, some birds, a mongoose, some millipedes and a couple of black squirrels. We had three dog companions that followed us the whole day (to which I gave a bit of my ...
... br> After breakfast, we wandered aimlessly around the fort, soaking up the laid back vibe of the town. Breakfast had been fairly late, so we decided that it was probably approaching beer o'clock. I knew just the place, the Sidnee (sic) hotel near the cricket ground. It had served us well as a bar when we had watched the cricket here, but it definitely fell into the rough and ready category of pub! En route, we ended up stopping to watch an inter school ...
The kids are so excited!! Off to the beach we go. We were going to get the bus but for ease today we have opted for a taxi ( and it is air conditioned)!! Easy drive down from Tangalla to Mirissa. Dumped bags and before we could sit down to relax they were ready for the beach. Off we went, I foolishly took my book. After a few hours jumping waves and sharing body boards with an Irish family it was time to get ready for ...