173-A, St. Sebastian Rd, Kalutara, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 173-A, St. Sebastian Rd, Kalutara.
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Travel Blogs from Kalutara

Day 150 - Train to Colombo

A travel blog entry by costin on Feb 26, 2014

After a quick spot of breakfast at the hostel, we got a Tuk Tuk to Negombo train station. The Tuk Tuk driver told me that my beard made me look like a Muslim, which I could add to the fact that I was called Australian, German and Czech (?!) the day before. We arrived at Negombo station at around 10 am, to catch the 10:28 train to Colombo. Buying a ticket was an absolute doddle and cost us 20p for a 40km journey! Though it was scheduled to take 90mins and would end ...

Kerala, Sri Lanka, and Airport Fun

A travel blog entry by emandtim on Feb 03, 2014

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... airport and we had to take a taxi there. Now we started to get a little stressed. We threw ourselves and our bags in to the first rickshaw we saw and told him where we were going. He started telling us that it was WAY to far with rickshaw but that he (who was so nice) would take us to a much cheaper cab outside the airport area than what we could find in there, but we really had to hurry. Once at the taxi they wanted 600 rupees, twice as much as we paid for the hour ...

My second stay in Colombo

A travel blog entry by jomama on Jan 07, 2014

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... path, with incredible traffic. The trip took two and a half hours and took us from small town to small town with very little in between. The scenery includes many coconut trees and the road is lined with fruit stands with coconuts and pineapples. I spotted a huge bat cloud. Well maybe it was only huge because the bats are huge. Unfortunately we were going to fast to get a photo. When we got to the orphanage, the elephants were in the river. I enjoyed watching them interact, ...

Touch down in Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by oliviajensen on Aug 01, 2013

... after some real Granny gasping I admitted defeat and decided I would rather have a car crash whilst asleep to avoid potential flash back trauma. Anyway, I shouldn't have worried so much as after spending a few weeks here already I'm so used to it and our Akon-loving driver was probably quite conservative in his decisions to overtake.

Two Glorious Days at Sea

A travel blog entry by jackwcummings on Mar 06, 2013


... attackers. I feel very safe and secure.

Well it is 3 o’clock in the morning and I should probably get this posted and get back to bed. The reason I get up at this hour is this is the best time to connect to the ships internet service. So many “old” folks bring their laptops and iPads onboard that it is almost impossible to maintain a connection during the day.

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