Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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"Every time you pulled up at a red light in Colombo you were thinking 'is this it, is this the end'? - Kumar Sangakkarra, Sri Lankan cricket genius.
The civil war this country endured for 26 years ended just five years ago. The legacy lives on.
"There's a sinister undercurrent you may not actually see, but you'll feel" - Guy Bullen, my friend.
I believe Guy was right. Maybe it's an inevitability of every country so soon out of ...
... after, once the rain had passed, i decided to go back and have a proper look for its mother. That young, it would have been incapable to fend for itself. As I was looking around, guess what i found? his bother: an equality adorable looking baby that was also crying and not understanding too well its punishment. So here i am scooping them both up. They were visibly happy to be reunited. We bought some curd and they spent ...
... and I am not sure how other buses, tuck-tucks, and motorcyclists did not come to grief on a number of occasions. Fortunately they did not!
Our first stop was the Vihara Mara Devi Park where there was a gold Buddha which we were invited to photograph and stretch our legs. Cath and Colin from our evening dining table were present and Colin was the subject of remonstrations from an official for posing for a photograph in front of ...
... have been happier than words can describe and lower than I have ever been. I have tested my limits and discovered where I am willing to bend and where I stand firm. I have been more independent than I thought possible and I've relied heavily on the kindness and company of strangers who have become closer to me in a few days then people I've known for years at home. I've learnt how to be less superficial and be happy with me. I'm nervous about reintegrating to my friends. since ...
... of Colombo as it is quite difficult to find. It is, understandably in Church Street sandwiched between the Grand Oriental Hotel and the Flying Angel Club / Mission to Seamen and serves as the seafarers church. It
has the Police Headquarters behind it and the heavily guarded secure zone round the port to the front. It does not even look much like a Church which is not surprising as it was initially a part of the Dutch Governor's residence.