Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions Negombo
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Can't quite believe that it's come to the end of my five weeks in Sri Lanka. Time has flown by and I have very mixed emotions about coming home! This week we said goodbye to one of my favourite projects, the psychiatric hospital/day care centre. It was so emotional to say goodbye for now, but I feel so privileged to have met these wonderful people. I have made some memories with them that I will never forget. One lady made a card ...
... do this. Massive range of food from different cultures, and very good to be able to go up and select different foods so again a lot was eaten, swimming was done and sun bathing but would say was definitely worth it (may have got a bit burnt though). To make the hotel even better they had free wifi as well. Through our hostel we were booked in for a massage at 5pm, they were laying on some transport for us, so we did some quick tourist shopping before ...
We arrived in Colombo airport after a LONG time travelling yesterday, it was thunder storming (is that a real thing?) and we were all so knackered, hot and totes emosh! We met Irangie at the airport, got money exchanged and picked up sims for our phones so we can call home (except mine doesn't work to my mummy, wahhhh). We headed to her house, had tea then pretty much ...
... known to man. Sushi dishes sat close to Italian pizza slices, traditional sandwiches vied for space with Sri Lankan specialities and mini hot dogs were just opposite the range of delectable pastries. I have never seen the like of it and everything was constantly replenished
by a brigade of at least a dozen cooks.
Treshi walked me round and explained everything to me that was not immediately obvious althougheverything was signed ...
... that would not have alcohol for international travellers. No doubt I'll find out in due course. I ordered a soft drink and paid with a Rs.1000 note which was all I had. This is always a problem as bureaux de change insist on only giving you large notes but it was OK, he was busy and had plenty of change.
You may be noticing a bit of a pattern here already, namely my use of the word helpful to describe Sri Lankans and it is for good reason as they ...