Colombo City Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... took me out to the boarding gate.
With the time difference, it was kind of confusing how long the flight was. It seemed about four hours. Despite the slight confusion at immigration, I got my visa. Exiting would be interesting as I was scheduled to leave fifteen minutes after my visa expires. Let us hope that there are no delays.
Coming out of the airport, I guessed the four letter word the ...
... twice. The first time I was fairly nervous but then realised it was fine so the second time I just went straight off even with a tiny slip at the top. I certainly didn't hit the bottom either time, although climbing back up to the top across the rocks was rather fun. We then trekked back to base camp and waited for the bus! On Sunday some of us had hired a mini bus to go up to Jaffna as we have a week off volunteering as it's the New Year, so ...
... our flight. We had a disappointing meal on the plane and arrived in Chennai at approximately 8:00pm. As our bus from Chennai to Mysore was not scheduled until 11pm, we decided to find a Hot Chip restaurant and have some dinner. After a quick feed at Hot Chip we were driven to the bus station where we had a two hour wait. The bus arrived on time and we boarded for our first experience on an overnight bus. - ...
... be able to do it for real. I'd done my bit for crime prevention on behalf of the Sri Lankan Police so time to get back to being a tourist.
I crossed the road, paid my 500SSLR admission (about £2:50 or maybe $3US) and entered. Well, again, it wasn't great. A few interesting little bits and pieces with probably the most interesting being a number of od tombstones but they had been brought from elsewhere and had nothing to ...
... waiter service) and in the international language uttered the immortal phrase, "beer, please". I still wasn't quite sure how much English was generally spoken but he replied in good English, enquiring whether I wanted Lion or Carlsberg. I opted for the Lion although I have since found out that they are much of a muchness as the Carlsberg is made under licence in Sri Lanka and tastes just about the same. I paid for the beer in the ...