La Maison Nil Manel

Address: No 162/4 Wathuregama, Ahungalla, Sri Lanka | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on No 162/4 Wathuregama, Ahungalla, is near Mirissa Water Sports.
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        Travel Blogs from Ahungalla

        Jaywardena and Malinga

        A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Feb 04, 2015

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        ... into Gaulle Fort, straight away the evidence of Portuguese, Dutch and British rule became apparent with street names architecture and defences. It is basically a myriad of streets enclosed between the old fortress walls. We walked the walls and streets, meeting all the locals (plus tourists) who just loved to talk and ask questions. A lady asked Debbie if she could have a photograph of her with her daughter. At the North end of ...

        GREETINGS FROM GALLE!

        A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Dec 03, 2014

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        ... meal in one of the converted Fort buildings. We are the only customers apart from a semi-well preserved blond woman in her late 60's dressed in a kaftan and her husband who has clearly made no effort .....he is slightly unkempt and is wearing those blue 1970's footy shorts (you know the ones......a little too shiny and snug for comfort.) She wafts over clutching a large ballon of red wine and in a gin soaked Roedean/Malboro Light voice ...

        Day Seven - In search of whales

        A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Mar 29, 2014

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        ... you can imagine. The boys finally arrived back at 10pm bringing with them a taster of Aruk for me, it was horrible. At this point all of us were starving so we sat down and enjoyed the most gorgeous home made meal. The ladies even made it non-spicy just for me! I loved it, don't think they did as much though. Feeling extremely satisfied with our day (and sad our time in Sri Lanka was coming to an end), we headed up to our room for some well deserved shut eye. - ...

        Sunset Sri Lanka

        A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Feb 17, 2014

        40 photos

        ... the Dutch took over in the 17th century and are primarily responsible for the fort and city as it looks today. The fort area is filled with remarkably well-preserved colonial architecture crammed into its lanes and alleys, the smell of abundant spices mixed with the salt spray of the Indian Ocean and the sounds of schoolchildren playing cricket in the wide fields beneath the walls. It sounds cliched, but the World Heritage Site fort really was a feast for the ...

        Day 3 - Water Sports, among other things

        A travel blog entry by pbprogo12 on Jun 22, 2013

        ... we left for the resort. That took us an extra 30 minutes since we stopped 3 times for jewelry, silverware and fruits. When we got back to the resort, we went straight to the beach, but not for long since there were rough seas. Then we just went to the swimming pool for another hour. Then we just relaxed in the room until dinner. We went back to the buffet and repeated the dinner of the previous night. Afterwards, we were planning how to go back to the beach tomorrow. Then we ...