Villa Ranmenika

Address: Galle Road, Ahungalla, Sri Lanka | Villa
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This villa, located on Galle Road, Ahungalla, is near Mirissa Water Sports.
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    Travel Blogs from Ahungalla

    Sri Lanka - Day 10 - Early bird catches the wave

    A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 25, 2015

    37 photos

    ... sand dance embarrassment. Breakfast, fish market and surfing lessons for some of the group. At the fish market, watching a fish being scaled and gutted, one pommy girl says, "I've never seen this, at home we just cook our fish whole.. I didn't know fish had scales. Why do they have scales? What is the purpose of them? - I directed her to google... Amazed that there would be a 30 something year old, who spends every 8th weekend at a holiday ...

    Onwards to Unawatuna

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Feb 03, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... to Unawatuna near Gaulle, it was a long journey trying to stay awake but enjoying the thoughts of the morning. We arrived about 2pm our first impression was that of a cross between Benidorm and Blackpool. More of that later. The hotel was nice and comfortable one minute from the beach. We had a nice Sri Lankan curry in the evening right on the beach. If we could ignore the crowds, this was nearly paradise. By the way they did sell beer, 'Happy ...

    Cooking class, crashes and Coco Bay resort

    A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Oct 28, 2014

    24 photos

    ... was considerable damage with the 'windscreens in both vehicles significantly damaged, by the drivers flying into them I'd suggest, as they don't wear seat-belts, and there seemed to face imprints in the windscreens. This was the 2nd tuk-tuk accident we had seen, the first on the way down the steep windy road from the tea factory, where a tuk-tuk had flipped and cannoned into a bank. The driver had a bit of skin off his arm and elbow but was walking about, not ...

    Third day

    A travel blog entry by roosafee on Mar 20, 2014

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... along to the swimming pool, we're not allowed in until dot on 11am which was pretty much like dangling a carrot in front of a donkey! The swimming was interesting, it's hard enough having the language barrier but having the children with Down's syndrome is even ********** top of that trying to capture their attention to teach them to swim, near enough impossible. I ...

    Galle Fort Revisited

    A travel blog entry by arunkakati on Aug 16, 2013

    10 photos

    ... mentioned that it was not economically viable considering the number of hours put in. A skill introduced by the Dutch/Portuguese ladies, it presently flourishes only under Government patronage or under NGOs who are trying to keep the art alive .The view of the cricket grounds from the fort is awesome. And of course the India Ocean, a deep blue, makes you want to stay on. Shakheel dropped us off at the light-house with a parting word of advice not to eat in the Galle ...