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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      A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Dec 03, 2014

      12 photos

      ... friendly and remarkably resilient city which has come through the Tsunami and is now looking forwards with confidence to the future. It is a mix of Colonial and typical South East Asian..... hustle and bustle selling exotic fruit and vegetables of all shapes and sizes......shops selling everything from 70p designer sunglasses (Cathy lashed out on two pairs) to multicoloured plastic buckets. CHAT UP! Last night we headed out for a really ...

      Colombo to Galle and back again!

      A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Sep 23, 2014

      7 comments, 8 photos

      ... Carnaby Street in London! Guess where I'll be buying my fresh tea from now on!

      Since our tuk tuk tour our journey has been crazy - I felt like I was living through a strange Sri Lankan version of Little Miss Sunshine. Lots of people getting into a van, lots of people getting out, then lots of people getting back in! It's been the most hysterical couple of days.

      EO's summary: Writing this many days later as the ...

      Start of a new adventure

      A travel blog entry by roosafee on Mar 17, 2014

      1 comment

      ... included two slices of bread and a banana, then a 30 min walk to the orphanage. We had talked about the projects the night before so I knew sort of what to expect. There are in total 30 children including a 3 month old and 6 month old. The rest range from 1-3years, it's hard to tell how old they are and even harder to ask as I believe many of them are not named. There is a two year old boy who is a 'cot baby'. He has a hole in his heart, has no ...

      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 ...

      Day 2 - Sights and swims

      A travel blog entry by pbprogo12 on Jun 21, 2013

      ... After that, we went to a cinnamon island, where I got a free stick of cinnamon. But at a cost: my phone fell and broke. Now I won't be able to use it again. After the island, we went to a Buddhist temple, where we didn't do anything. After the temple, we went back to the dock, and had a surprisingly half-ass lunch. Afterwards, we went back ...