Lake Lodge Hotel

Address: 16 Division, Wewa Road, Kandalama, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16 Division, Wewa Road, Kandalama, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Kandalama

Polonnaruwa Ancient Ruins and Herbal Massage

A travel blog entry by mariaobrien on Jul 30, 2014

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... Finally were individually lead for our massages which was basically being beaten and slapped to death but the worst thing is I could hear the loudness of Keith's slaps and his masseuse was quicker than mine so it was like a pre-warning of a slap I was due to get. After 50 minutes of abuse (and no we were never asked before or during how would you like your massage light, medium, firm!) I was then lead to the sauna which has herbs burning again cabbage scent, Keith and I ...

The Trip Story in Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by roythexplorer on Jun 11, 2014

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... left that hostel, it wasn’t worth at all. We look at some other places and the price mostly the same. Until we found 1 place called Bay Show. The guest house very close to the beach. We paid 2,000 Rupees for 1 room, so 1,000 Rupees each.

We dropped our stuff and borrowed an umbrella from receptionist for having dinner. Guess what??? We ate at KFC, hahahahaha. It was pretty close from our Guest House to get to KFC, just 10 minutes ...

Turtles, leopards, pujas and food poisoning

A travel blog entry by tobyhb on May 27, 2014

... cacti dotted along the side of the road, and the air feels a lot drier and less suffocating than in Colombo.

The mission for the day is leopards, Yala's most famous yet elusive species. The leopards, particularly the older ones, have learnt to stay clear of vehicles on safari, and so consequently are very difficult to spot, unlike buffalo and boar, that seem to be everywhere. With the sun beginning to rise, we set off in search. After an hour or so, during which time we ...

Adams peak climbed

A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on Apr 26, 2014

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... to ring the bell which you ring once for each time you've completed the ascent and see the sunrise. It was freezing on top, wearing a base layer, rain coat, jumper and zip up hoody was only just warm enough. If I did it again I would also take a scarf and ear warmers. It's also very very rammed with people seeming to keep moving around, which didn't help. We all managed to be in a fairly good position to see the sunrise and also take some photos, I didn't notice the ...

Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by pyevanni on Jan 14, 2014

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... railings beside us. Thankfully Ella was worth the journey and one of our favorite places in Sri Lanka. We stayed with a family in a tea plantation situated on a hill above the town. It was quiet, peaceful, and the tea was some of the best that we'd had on our trip. We were sad to have spent only two days here, and in hindsight would have stayed longer but we thought Arugam Bay on the east coast might have something interesting to offer. How wrong we were...

Arugam ...