Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions
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... to shame. It must be relatively common for travelers to arrive (often after midnight) and purchase fridges, freezers, washing machines etc before heading to the carousel to get their bags. Thankfully our driver, Manoj, was there to pick us up and take us to our hotel. Whilst Tim slept, I observed the scenery. Whilst late at night, there was definitely a feel of Thailand (not ...
... are there, and most hotels/guesthouses have driver accommodation.)
I decided to get out and explore Colombo a bit before my driver came to get me. As I was wandering through the Colombo Fort area, a man started walking with me and struck up a conversation. He made it seem as though he just happened to be walking the same direction, and was just being friendly, and giving me advice on things to do. I'm always a little leery ...
... Lankan boy who was living on site. The hotel was alright, it had a bit of a weird feeling about it that I couldn't quite put my finger on and it was right next to the main road which meant it was very VERY noisy (at one point we likened it to living in Camp Bastian). Also there was constant sweeping noise coming from outside the bathroom window - we knew we wouldn't be getting much sleep here, at least it was for only 1 ...
... is no single unifying characteristic, no homogenous emotion, each country fights its different wars in different ways and the consequences depend on many variables. Cambodia is not Vietnam is not Sri Lanka but all those places suffer hangovers from recent conflicts. Sri Lanka lost 100,000 people out of a population of 20,000,000 and even though the Tamils in the north gained some rights and respect, the area is still heavily populated by armed patrols, ...
... up by thousands of dead fish and fish pieces being dried on tarps in the hot Sri Lankan sun, while being picked at by crows, was an attraction worthy of mentioning (sarcasm). The smell was unbearable.
We did go to a spice garden, got the run down on what herbs and spices go into Sri Lankan medicines and ointments etc. It wasn’t overly exciting but worthy of mentioning as this is a classic Sri Lankan tourist trap. There are literally hundreds of them spotted over ...