Lake Serenity Boutique Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Continental Breakfast
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... so I felt quite sad, even the coach looked a bit upset when I said I was going home. The kids probably won't have to work quite as hard now! There wasn't too many of them, think partly as some afternoons it had been monsoon again this meant it was a lot more manageable and the 3 of us easily coped, with Holly going in the baby pool. For the last half hour Vidia and I joined in the fun of treading water, mass jump ins, different styles of jump ...
... Back on the bus, but this time was a little less pleasant- it was rush hour and PACKED.
We had been warned about Sri Lankan men maybe being a little handsy, but in the packed bus no one bothered any of us! Even though we were standing crushed together or essentially sitting on people's laps.
Mr. Biryani's and Mr. Pepsi again for dinner, sitting on the rooftop and enjoying a beer with two Australian guys, Saz and Yewende.
... bus transfer from the port area to a seaside town with a nice beach, shops and hopefully somewhere to get lunch. Will be strange spending euros so far from home. Brief visit to the Prom deck before lunch in Cafe Bordeaux then back to the cabin, wash day as it's usually quieter after lunch sea days. Black tie dinner again tonight and four for dinner, after dinner we went off to the Curzon to see, Bernie ...
After arriving at the hostel we headed out into the streets of Colombo! We went to a restaurant called Sugar and had enchiladas! Not very Sri Lankan but we were starving after the flight and just needed fuel...! Then we walked down to Galle Green where there were lots of school children playing in the waves and there were food stalls and people selling kites! ...