D Villas

193 / 1 Sri Gnanendra Mawatha, Colombo, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 193 / 1 Sri Gnanendra Mawatha, Colombo, is near Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa), Mount Lavinia, Colombo National Museum, and Dehiwala Zoo.
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Travel Blogs from Colombo

Made it to Colombo!

A travel blog entry by megan_traveling on May 18, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... so hopefully I will be able to capture some moments to share.

Trying to fight off jet lag and adjust to Sri Lanka time, I woke up early to a grand buffet at the hotel with some of my fellow classmates. The breakfast had traditional American fare (probably to accommodate tourists), but also a wide variety of curries, rice, noodles, and wonderful fresh fruit. Shortly there after, we headed ...

First YT placement, but swimming cancelled

A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on Apr 22, 2014

... and pretty good swimmers, they looked disappointed when we went. I really hope that we haven't lost some of their respect for next time as it's the swimming that I'm really looking forward to teaching, as it should be my strongest subject. The coach seemed OK about it all, so fingers crossed for no more storms like that and that we get the respect of the boys. As we had a free afternoon and were already out, some of us decided to go into Horana to go to an ...

Colombo - Sri Lanka's Capital

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 29, 2014

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My last day in Sri Lanka involved numerous short stops on the way from Unawatuna to the airport at Negombo. Our route followed the west coast northwards with stops at two monuments to the victims of the 2004 tsunami, including one where a train was derailed by the waves with over 1,000 onboard killed.

The next stop was at a mangrove estuary for a boat ride on a brackish lake and waterways for bird ...


A travel blog entry by sheilacruise on Mar 23, 2014

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... lush and green. Loads of different plantations, rubber trees, coconut trees, banana trees, cashew trees as well as pineapple plantations. So you get the picture of greenery. There seems to be plenty of water, hence all the green trees. We stop at an hotel for a toilet break, it's very nice, very clean but there isn't enough time to stop and buy refreshments we need to push on. The Elephant Sanctuary started as an orphanage but things ...

Day 172 - Lamprais & Cricket Club Cafe Beers

A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 21, 2014

... to be some of the most expensive that I had seen in Sri Lanka. We would later find out that this is the only bar in the area, which would explain how busy it is and the prices! After a few drinks, we went for a spot of dinner. Knowing a few places in the area, we suggested a visit to the Green Cabin Cafe, a favourite of our first visit to Colombo. The heavens opened on the way to the restaurant and we got a bit wet, but Kim was happy, as ...