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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in Sri Lanka. For example, out of how many thousands of girls who apply for certain courses like medicine, engineering or business, only around 50 are accepted into each course. These 50 are girls who have continuously worked hard throughout their education to achieve the best possible grades they could. Personally, I don't think I could work in such an education system where there is so much pressure placed on children from such a young age. ...
Dalmunta Gardens Day one I relaxed with an ayrevada massage and oil treatment, the gardens are lush and stunning, the resort is peaceful and friendly. The restaurant is situated on the river and the water monitors wander across the lawn. Day two I read and relaxed by the pool and in my private garden. I caught up on my reading kingdom of strangers. The garden to the one bed bungalow is private and enclosed by a full headgear ferns and blossoming plants of pink and ...
... t supposed to be on the walls at night--there were no signs or anything, and we had run into another couple on the walls the previous night--but the cops were none too pleased with our presence on the walls. They actually followed us all the way back to our guesthouse to make sure that we really left the walls. We figure we must have been more visible on our second night on the walls; the moon was hiding behind clouds the first night. Chalk that up to our ...
... the babies one by one, setting them down on the sand. They instinctively knew what to do, and shuffled off towards the waves (some faster than others!) their fins making little tracks in the sand. It was a lovely experience, though a little bit sad; Jenny said only about 5% will survive (so 1.6 turtles in this case). Apparently, their chances increase if you are happy when you release them...and we certainly were! When we returned to our guest house, we had ...
We decided for our final four days in SL to calm down a bit and chill before the frenzy of India begins. So we headed south via a one night stopover back in Mt Lavinia at the 'budget' Lavinia House, learning our first Sinhalese word in the process: 'budget' means 'bedbug'. We couldn't check out quick enough and caught the express (just quicker than a bus) train to Hikkaduwa. We knew from our guide book that Hikkaduwa is where the majority of ...