Adaaran Prestige Water Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Swimming pool
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After a long day I have finally arrived at the Jetwing Sea Hotel for the night and it's beautiful! This morning I visited the Rumalassala Japanese Peace Pagoda and spent an hour on the beach before my afternoon train to Colombo. From their I still had an hour taxi ride to Negombo where I'll be for the next 2 nights. Right ...
... 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 ...
... skyscrapers, with the container port on one side and the cordoned off area round the Presidential palace on another. The area is a bit strange, probably because it was much targeted during the conflicts and a lot of businesses moved away. Once through the Fort, we arrived on the sea front and Galle Face Green and joined the crowd of locals along the promenade the historic Galle Face Hotel.
As the Indian prime minister was making an official visit today and Colombo would be having a security shutdown right where our hotel in fort Colombo is situated we decided to visit Galle further south.We took the second tuktuk to the station as the first one wanted an exorbitant amount (even if it is only pence,it's the principle). As it was an early start we had breakfast at 6 am in the restaurant that has a fabulous view of the port so we watched some boat movements and ...
... the beds no longer exist. However, Sri Lanka is still known for its beautiful precious and semi-precious gemstones, especially sapphires. It is also known for its teas and is the source of about 90% of the cinnamon in the world. It has only recently became a tourist destination as a civil war raged within its borders for 26 years, ending in 2009. Upali told us it was not a civil war -- that there were Tamil (Hindus, originally from India) terrorists that attacked ...