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

Please explain to me how Sod's law works?

A travel blog entry by matthewthorne on Jun 06, 2015

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... spoke to a Tuk Tuk driver who decided to give me a dressing down and told me I should have taken his fare and none of this would have happened "Eh!!!"

I walked through the market, still dark, in Thorninator mode, scanning for someone with my bag. I went to the first police station I could find in Fort train station and found two cops asleep and one who didn't understand my clear and precise Scottish accent. He woke one up from his slumber, who was rather annoyed at being ...

Going to see the orphaned elephants-Easter Sunday

A travel blog entry by maccatravels on Apr 05, 2015

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... minutes away and when we arrived we realised just how touristy the orphanage is. We headed straight to the river for a refreshment of tuna/onion sandwiches and cool drinks as it is around 11am by now and most of us haven't had anything to eat since 5am... We watched the elephants play in the river and some people fed some elephants banana's or got a photo patting the elephants (all for a fee of course)... I was happy just to watch them enjoying the water and ...

Day 11 - Colombo Touring

A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 05, 2015

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... first stop was the Kanette War Cemetery in Colombo – about a 25 min bus ride from the Port. We had to walk through the unkempt local cemetery to reach the Commonwealth War Cemetery, the local cemetery is very untidy; leaves from deciduous trees all over the place, broken graves that are discoloured from the Colombo smog and dirt. They all need a good Gerni and sweep.

I visited three guys in the cemetery and as a measure of ...

Hello Sri Lanka!

A travel blog entry by sierrayla on Feb 18, 2015

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... is precisely when I made the decision never to return to India. Despite its beauty and cultural diversity, it boils down to the simple fact that I don’t feel safe there. If boys are taught at such a young age that it is okay, not only to see women as sexual objects, but to treat them as such with absolutely no hesitation, how could I feel safe? In a country that has rows of seats on every form of public transportation designated “women only” and entire trains ...

It Sure is Dirty

A travel blog entry by scottandadeana on Nov 11, 2014

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... and flaps pulled down all the way around it. Then the engine backfired and I screamed, "Oh, s***!" I thought they had opened fire on us. This then caused Adeana to scream in horror, while the tuk-tuk driver tried to reassure us that we were fine. I was screaming at him, "Dude, you can't stop here. They're going to shoot at us! Move, move!" Finally, after at least a minute of quivering in fear, he got it moving, and we ...