Siddhalepa Ayurveda Health Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Wadduwa
... from where we are staying. Our host mom is very kind and has many ideas on how to keep us cool-although since mom and I are always cold, we are loving this heat. Today we will be going to a nearby pool that overlooks the ocean. The food has also been amazing. Our host mom, and host grandma have been kind with keeping food mild. She has a garden in the backyard full of fresh fruit, spices, and even coffee beans! She has banana trees, ...
... that was held by the Portugese and then the Dutch. Inside the walls is an entire but very small city, complete with churches, museums, stores, schools and houses. The fort walls are so strong they withstood the tsunami of ten years ago, leaving the town intact although we were told that the newer part of town suffered damage. In the south there is still rebuilding going on. And there's been a lot of rain lately so fields are flooded and work has slowed. ...
There's not a great deal about Colombo that we liked unfortunately. Alana wasn’t overly keen to stay here and I kind of pushed it a little as I didn’t want to travel to a country and not see its capital, especially when we flew into it and out of it.
What we did
The place is a nothing city, harsh, but as a tourist there isn’t a great deal to do. We tried endlessly to find somewhere to drink, as in ...
... We had been invited to Natalia's family friend Dee's house for a traditional Sri Lankan lunch. Here we noted another contrast with India. Indian curries were often served in a rich gravy with bread. Sri Lankan curries are a thin spicy broth with chunks of meat and served with about five to ten accompanying dishes such as rice, pappadums (these are cut up strips rather than the discs served in India), jackfruit, mallum (shredded leaves such as ...
... to be good. The experience was totally different with little kids reaching up to cages and feeding the gibbons some of their fresh pineapple pieces and people walking bare foot in the dirt... I realized how restricted and rule based our western societies really are these days and envied these simple freedoms of choice in this developing country. ..after another 40 minutes we arrived at our house! we were greeted by pasans mother, the ...