Highland Villa Pvt Ltd
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... variety. So we trawled up and down the beach ( quite quickly, keeping up with the children who had hopefully not committed to buy)!! Eventually we found a great surfer restaurant with great fish and the children chose dinner. Niamh wanted the red mullet with the big eye, Fraser a massive prawn (mini lobster), and Dylan a barracuda. All equalled a great dinner. All enjoying ...
... One story high with wooden pillars, a verandah and terracotta tiles. Little boutiques, artist houses and small luxury hotels were all crammed in amongst schools, temples, mosques, law courts and maritime museums. All this was surrounded by these huge Dutch walls and a clock tower to the north and a lighthouse of the south. I walked around enchanted. I had tea with a man of Moroccan descent, who was so interesting about the history of the fort and the tea of ...
... the driver brought us on we got serious value for money. I've never experienced a bus driver playing chicken with a lorry, both of which were traveling at well over 90km/hr, good craic anyway and Johanna became good buddies with the bus driver. So much so that any white person we passed he'd wink and say "look your friends!".We spent the entire day inside the fort of Galle, which although was first built by the Portuguese, this was later torn down and rebuilt by the Dutch. ...
... slightly cool. Just enough to keep you cool but warm enough to allow for comfortable wading. The waves are large and crash into the shoreline, pushing us too and fro as they deem fit. If you manage to stay planted in one location you find yourself sinking deeper and deeper into the sand as each passing wave retreats into the ocean. Refreshed we return to our beach cabanas for a quick shower before making our way to the open air dining area. A drink sir? Asks the ...
... family and I'm invited later in the evening for dinner which turns out to be in a massive colonial style house, I'm really privileged to be here but the family seem delighted by their visitor.
I enjoy it here in Tangalle, I ended up on one of the huge big fishing boats for several hours one morning, the owner had spoken to me on the beach and invited me on-board resulting in a wee sail around the harbour while they were fuelling up, getting their stocks and filling ...