Palm Beach Hotel

Address: N051 De Saram Road, Mount Lavinia, Colombo, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on N051 De Saram Road, Mount Lavinia, Colombo, is near Minneriya National Park and The Millennium Elephant Foundation.
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Travel Blogs from Colombo

At sea

A travel blog entry by ijulie on Jun 04, 2015

We are moving into busier shipping lanes now and we are seeing more and more ships. It is funny seeing signs of civilisation after 5days at sea. Our world has shrunk to encompass this floating hotel and entertainment centre. Our days revolve ...

Colombo to New Delhi

A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 11, 2015

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... br> I wasn’t happy with the price to upgrade so we left it and asked for a seat closer to the front of the plane - we moved from row 28 to row 16 which seemed better but it may as well have been row 28 !!

Once we got our boarding pass, we stood in line again for Jeff and Joyce who were still at the counter 100 metres away paying for their upgrade. After several more minutes, we could see them making their way down towards us so we beckoned them over ...

Day 11 - Colombo Touring

A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 05, 2015

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... uploading pics and trying to get up to date with them; I have shrunk the file sizes so this process is accelerated when I do get access. (I’ll research our hotel and see what type of WIFI it has – this may take a while, as we don’t know where we are staying yet in Luxor).

After dinner we went to the adjacent Chocolate Bar and had a couple of fluffy Bailey’s Alexanders. I took a (single) Baileys as a ...

Hello Sri Lanka!

A travel blog entry by sierrayla on Feb 18, 2015

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... open seat in the car. A few seconds later, a Sri Lankan man stopped and asked if the seat was free. I told him someone had been sitting there, but I didn’t know where she went and he continued on his way. As the train continued and it was apparent she probably wasn’t coming back, I set my small pack on the empty seat. Then another Sri Lankan man asked if anyone was sitting there. After the experiences I had had with Indian and Sri Lankan men (the cultures appear very ...

Gall to Colombo

A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Nov 03, 2014

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... create an extra lane or challenge the truck coming from the opposite direction. Pedestrian crossings were no longer a safe haven and the horn became more important than the brake or accelerator (well not the accelerator). I soon realised the pedals on my side of the vehicle were not working and we should stop engaging him in conversation so as to avoid him taking his eyes off the road to establish eye contact with the rear seat passengers. He proceeded to give us ...