Siddhalepa Ayurveda Health Resort
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Travel Blogs from Wadduwa
... the big old blue. He will be sorely missed. With the release over we headed off to our resort. Vijay had kindly organised us some tuk-tuks to take us their; we could have got the bus there but we were not confident being a group of women alone and equally we didn't know where we would have to get off as there doesn't seem to be obvious bus stops. The tuk-tuks arrived and we agreed the price of 1,500 rupees to take us there which is the price for locals too. ...
... into Ceylon by the British and Tea is a major export now along with Cinnamon and other spices, and locally produced craft goods.
We had been warned that Sri Lanka is not a ‘highly developed’ tourist destination and that the guides might lack training and the coaches be old and not have air conditioning. The temperature for today was predicted to be 35 C but fortunately the coach did turn out to have air conditioning. ...
... polluted Kandy!! Then it was time for lunch. Back to the field we went. We got some sort of root, and vegetables. It tasted really good. That afternoon, we swam in a jungle river. It was like a free spa treatment! There was all waterfalls in the river, and you just lay in between the rocks, and the water flows over you. So relaxing! Just what the doctor ordered! Then time for dinner. His family did not know any English, but we were still able ...
... the tip will suffice to give you an idea of the place.
"I had decided to head South from my hotel one day to explore an area of South Colombo called Dehiwala. To be honest, it is not that exciting although it does feature the Colombo Zoo. Unusually for me I found myself a little hungry in the afternoon. I know it will sound odd to the casual reader here but I generally eat one large meal in the day in the evening / night time. I know dieticians ...
... that in a separate tip or
alternatively you can pop upstairs to the "posh" restaurant.
The whole rather splendid establishment is run under the watchful eye of Thilak who is every bit as friendly as his staff, speaks excellent English and is great company. He has my business card now so if you do drop in there, and you should, tell him Fergy sent you!
It really is amazing how much blog content I can generate through the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking