Adaaran Prestige Water Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We were walking down the hall towards our room and a man was walking towards us. Tim was in front and said hello, the man replied with a quack. Then as I reached him I said Hi, and he made the exact same noise. Maybe we will start quacking at everyone, too. It is good weather ...
... Chinese volunteers from the orphanage! Then us 4 remaining of the tour got in our taxi back to Colombo but first we made a stop on the way at Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage which is a home for injured elephants. We got to see them from very up close during their bathing time, and then coming out of the river back to their grass area for feeding. And then for the highlight we got to feed a baby elephant a milk bottle. Although I was actually disappointed with ...
... with a touch of sadness when we leave tomorrow. They will keep in touch with each other I am sure. On behalf of Duncan and myself we would particularly like to thank Mr. Mohan and Mr. Mely for including us in many activities and always thinking of us and how we could get the most out of out Sri Lankan visit.
To Mr. Sampath Perera. I would like to thank him for being so accommodating and organising the cricket that was so important to our visit. He has been extremely generous with ...
... I experienced a country unlike any other I've visited. Despite spending more than 24 hours in layovers and flights, and another 10 hours in car rides to/from Sri Pada, I would eagerly go back and continue our exploration. Because, like Sri Pada, if it were easy, it just wouldn't be as memorable.
Stay: Fortress Hotel Galle
Do: Climb Sri Pada
Eat: Galle Fort, Thalpe Beach Restaurant & Bar
... half-shocked, half guessing myself (was that really what he had just said? It couldn’t be), I was stunned into silence and decided to ignore them and continue on my way. They giggled and biked on as I realized that there aren’t many other things that they could have said that sounded like “You have nice boobs.” Flattery never crossed my mind. I was angry. What would compel three pre-teen boys to feel that it was okay to reduce a woman to an object, a set of ...