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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Lankan boy who was living on site. The hotel was alright, it had a bit of a weird feeling about it that I couldn't quite put my finger on and it was right next to the main road which meant it was very VERY noisy (at one point we likened it to living in Camp Bastian). Also there was constant sweeping noise coming from outside the bathroom window - we knew we wouldn't be getting much sleep here, at least it was for only 1 ...
... five, and I'm not that brave yet! So off I went to Honors Club Hotel, in a free taxi ride as Rashan no doubt got commission. I checked into my air conditioned, ensuite room, and sat on my private patio area for a quick Skype before bed, already looking forward to using the hotel's pool in the morning. Not exactly the bunk-bed-dormitory-budget accommodation I imagined I would be staying in, and definitely an expensive night's sleep, but my god was it a good ...
... This has been the trip of a lifetime for many of us, through a beautiful country, filled with great memories and shared by good friends. Our thanks to our driver/guides Oscar and Anura who kept us on the right road, and to John B and Pathi of Tikalanka Tours for arranging everything. A very special thank you to our good friend Annie who dreamed of this tour for many years and invited all of us to share it with her. All our love to you, ...
... finding the hotel, this took an hour, because of a driver not understanding English, the north speaking Tamil rather than Sinhala, the name of the hotel sounding very similar to the name of a temple and most of all the fact that women in Sri Lanka are considered more minor in a way so stay at home etc, so despite us having a guide book with a map they wouldn't listen to us. Eventually a Tuk Tuk driver got in but got no closer, before someone ...
... to rid me of long hair and 7 weeks of beard growth so I’d be able to survive the sweatbox that is Sri Lanka. I then met my tour group at Hotel J. Our first morning we visited the town’s busy seaside fish market and then went for a toddy tapping demonstration on our way northwards. Toddy is the sap from palm trees (think of how maple syrup works) that’s harvested up high and then fermented into an adult beverage. I honestly wasn’t too impressed with this palm ...