Galle Fort. This Dutch heritage fort saved lots of lives in the tsunami disaster 2004 in Galle. There I also met an old official tour guide, which were going to retire 2 weeks from that day and whose family became good friends with mine + my bestfriend 🙂 Around this fort area, there are quite a lot of old buildings and museums. The view is really nice, I can spend time reading books here. But it’s freaking hot. Don’t forget your cap/hat and put on sunblock!
Another day we rented a van together with some other friends to Handunugoda tea plantation. On the way there we stopped as we saw the traditional fishermen were fishing.
Our next stop was a herbal garden. It was a package with the car rental. You know… they give fee for the drivers if you buy something. Well, I bought a quite expensive saffron face cream, which was not so suitable for my face though it’s not dangerous or anything like that.
Then we go to the Jungle Beach. Last time I went with my bestfriend to Una Watuna beach by bus and walked to Jungle Beach. Una Watuna is nice for family swimming. It’s huge and has some entertainment, like kayak. Jungle Beach is more for party people. It’s narrow, with bars under the tree and loud music. Sorry can’t find my Jungle Beach pictures.