Siddhalepa Ayurveda Health Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... enough he took us there and Wayne was standing out front rubbing on Mozzie repellent (too late thought). It had taken them ages to get there and had sent the guy back only a short time earlier. Lucky we had turned up or Wayne would not have been impressed. Odel had lots of clothes and goods that tourists are interested in and we spent some time there. When we left we had another run in with the TukTuk musterer and found 2 down the line a bit that would take us home on the meter. ...
... street waiting for the parade to start. With crack of the whips by the boys and a few fireworks we are off, fire dancers at the front, followed by dancers and drummers, people holding candles and incense sticks, as we walked around the streets of the village, people came out and offered us soup and drinks. It was a great sense of community and something I will always remember. I finally got back to my room at 4:30am but the parade carried on until about ...
... leaving me to rest... yeah right! I was up and dressed as soon as she left and found Wayne out drinking tea in the waiting room. He looked sheepish and confessed he had gone to sleep and was sure he was snoring his head off. We returned to the patio and cleaned up some nibbles and enjoyed the complementary 'high tea'. There were more guests checked in - it was the weekend, and as it was raining they were all hanging around the patio. The couple down from us were smoking which ...
... per day, £4.50-£6.80 (she also diversifies by selling coconut oil and eggs). She also divulged about her day to day routine, her responsibilities in the community and her treatment and rejection by society. Today, I ventured to Biyagama to the Coca Cola factory and offices. I had an insightful interview with Sanuri (Public Affairs and Communications Executive) and Ruwan (Public Affairs and Communications and Scientific Regulatory Affairs) ...
... translate it to them. Although he is the coach he's more there to support us teaching them with the translation, he is obviously very keen and proud of the swimming project and showed us a photo album at the start today. I really enjoyed teaching swimming today, but walking along an outside pool edge in pouring rain trying to explain can be a bit challenging. Really keen for more swimming placements, so hopefully they don't get cancelled and we can see more ...