Haridra Resort & Spa
Travel Blogs from Wadduwa
... point that there was a salon offering some treatments for free, which included facials and hair. So I decided to go and have my first ever facial. It was nice and relaxing and skin def felt better after, although you sweat so quickly out here it doesn't last long. I then had to grab my dinner as had all decided to eat there, before jumping onto the bus to the YC as the other girls didn't know if they had a rehearsal or not so we all went back together. Luckily fish and potato wedges ...
... are on, not that we've even started yet. We quickly went into our home stay town before the trip to get some drinks and a few other things. We came back in a Tuk Tuk, my first time in one. The drive up was soo interesting although it took a good 8-9 hours which is actually pretty good and also nice to have the space of our own bus. The change of scenery was incredible, and driving through the monsoon, although scary, was an incredible ...
... no idea that I would enjoy working with disabled so much, but iv really connected with them. Since I did that disabled project in Colombo, where they actually had trained staff working with the people, I learned alot from them, so I feel I can actually do something in the disabled home here in Kandy where there is no staff, and the people are just left alone. Well, I should grab some breakfast! Breakfast is really good here. Eggs and toast with coffee. Take ...
... of Colombo as it is quite difficult to find. It is, understandably in Church Street sandwiched between the Grand Oriental Hotel and the Flying Angel Club / Mission to Seamen and serves as the seafarers church. It
has the Police Headquarters behind it and the heavily guarded secure zone round the port to the front. It does not even look much like a Church which is not surprising as it was initially a part of the Dutch Governor's residence.
... there so I was fumbling about trying to get the bedside light on. It turned out to be reception to inform me that my luggage had finally arrived. I put on my still soaking clothes and paddled barefoot down to reception which might sound odd to the reader but it really is the norm in Asia. Whilst there is not the same social requirement to remove your shoes before entering a house as there is in, say, Thailand, most people wander about ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet