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

Madu Ganga

A travel blog entry by thecolemans on Apr 05, 2015

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... process. First the sapling is cut, the outer rough bark shaved off and then the whole sapling rolled with a brass roller. We were a little unclear about the exact significance of this, but maybe a mix of both smoothing the outer surface and bruising the next layer in order to make it easier to peel. Next, they use a sharp knife and carefully score the bark layer and then very gently use the knife to cut and lift the sheet of bark off in a large sheet. ...

City Sights in Colombo

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Mar 10, 2015

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... visitors. Most interesting (to us) in the museum were the paintings of the Apsaras (idealized heavenly ladies, usually depicted in pairs -- one dark and one golden) and the section on Sri Lankan agriculture. The agriculture exhibit had multiple dioramas of agricultural scenes, farm implements and tools. Among them were two things we had never seen before: a "tiger box" designed to make a roaring sound like a tiger to scare animals away from crops and a water-run ...

Back to Colombo

A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Jan 15, 2015

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... up the island the road is Galle Road. In the twenty minutes or so of rolling into Colombo we saw a modern city with colourful shops and signs. All signs were in three languages: English, Tamil and Sinhala. Most people spoke Sringlish so it makes a bridge between the two local languages. We passed Tesco, Burger King and Kentucky Fried Kitten. Downtown very modern and spacious. Tuk Tuk out to the airbnb place in the suburbs, twenty minutes. First floor of a private house, living area ...

Tropical downpour

A travel blog entry by sueducktravel on Oct 19, 2014

7 comments, 4 photos

... of an old Portuguese mansion, big open windows and porches no modern freezing air conditioners here. Given that we were so wet this was the best way to dry out. This all sounds like we do nothing but eat and drink and maybe that's true because that's what Sri Lanka is all about.

Our final port of call was to the Goodness of Galle, a charity set up by a wealthy sugar exporter to enhance the lives of rural children. The ...

Yay two projects today.

A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on Apr 23, 2014

... with a more advanced lesson, it will be interesting to see how they will react then. We had quite a gap between projects for lunch, this is due to different travel for us and also the children as they go to school in the morning and  the afternoon is more what they have chosen to do. It's nice to have the break but I'm trying not to have an afternoon nap as I never seem to wake up that refreshed after them. In the afternoon I was at a special ...