A Travellerspoint blog

March 2015

Mirissa

Bus again, with change at Matala, for the journey from Tangalla to Mirissa, taking about 2 hours. Quite a pleasant guest house well located just off the main road in the centre of the village (booked in advance on the Internet - as we have been doing as we go along for all the accommodation). We just had 2 nights stay arranged.

Mirissa has a very attractive beach and has so far not been over-developed. There have been a lot of (temporary, apparently) cafes with loungers etc set up at the back off the beach - going right along the beach - so it is not pristine and wild, but it is certainly pleasant and popular. There are quite big waves coming into the main beach.

We found a pleasant beach to the north of the main one which was protected from the big waves and was not developed at all - practically no shade though. It was very enjoyable spot to spend a hour or so - mostly in the sea! The sky clouded over partially to cover the sun by mid afternoon both days, which made it pleasant for a walk down the main beach and back, and then profit from the reduced beer prices for "happy hour" (often 1600-2200!) at one of the beach restaurants for a sundowner.

On our only full day, we caught the bus into Weligama, about 20 minutes away. Pleasant walk along the shore where there were characterful fishing boats.

We decided against a whale watching trip - one of the big draws at Mirissa - so the two days was right for us. (Including 2 days at Tangalla, we had swum in the sea 4 days in a row - for the first and probably last time of the trip!).

Mirissa Beach

Mirissa Beach


Guest house

Guest house


Guest house

Guest house


Guest House - Breakfast

Guest House - Breakfast


Morris Minors !!!

Morris Minors !!!


Colonial house up the street we were staying

Colonial house up the street we were staying


Mirissa - main beach

Mirissa - main beach


Mirissa - main beach

Mirissa - main beach


Mirissa - main beach

Mirissa - main beach


Mirissa - main beach at night

Mirissa - main beach at night


Mirissa - main beach at night

Mirissa - main beach at night


Weligama - Tradition fishing boat

Weligama - Tradition fishing boat


Weligama - Tradition fishing boats

Weligama - Tradition fishing boats


Weligama - fishing boats and Taprobane is

Weligama - fishing boats and Taprobane is


Contortionalist camelion!

Contortionalist camelion!


View from rocky outcrop (north of main beach)

View from rocky outcrop (north of main beach)


View from rocky outcrop (north of main beach)

View from rocky outcrop (north of main beach)


View from rocky outcrop (north of main beach)

View from rocky outcrop (north of main beach)


Mirissa - quiet beach to north

Mirissa - quiet beach to north


Mirissa - quiet beach to north

Mirissa - quiet beach to north


Mirissa - view from quiet beach to north

Mirissa - view from quiet beach to north


Enjoying the swim!

Enjoying the swim!


Mirissa - view from quiet beach to north

Mirissa - view from quiet beach to north

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Tangalla

The usual combination tuk tuks and bus got us from Tissa to the guest house we had reserved just to the west of Tengalla. We were across the road from an okay beach but it was mucb too dangerous to swim. The accommodation was very well appointed and spacious, had a pool and a pleasant restaurant area with good food. It was a bit upmarket from what we have normally had this trip - but it was Lindsey's birthday on the day we arrived!

On the second day we walked to the beach area to the east of town which went on for ever - getting better and more natural and wild the further we went. We eventually got to a really lovely spot by the Mangrove Chalets where there was a restaurant and, best of all, rocks/reef offshore which created a large safe area for bathing - regularly refreshed as the bigger waves came over the top. Really lovely to swim in the fresh sea and it was our first swim in the sea this trip. In fact, we liked it so much we did the same on our other day there.

In between, on our second evening we took a tuk tuk trip to Rekawe Beach, 10k east of Tangalla, hoping to see a turtle laying its eggs. It is the most important turtle nesting site in Sri Lanka - the Turtle Conservation Project there protects the nesting sites along the beach, carries out research into visiting turtles, encourages locals to protect the eggs from poachers and some act as guides for the tourists. Turtle watches are held nightly and, if turtle(s) arrive, tourists are taken to view one laying its eggs.

The whole process takes a couple of hours or more (most of the time digging a big hole for the nest and later filling it in after laying the eggs) and much of the time the visitors are kept a distance from the turtle so as not to disturb it. (At such times you stand/sit in the dark and just hear the periodic sound of great clouds of sand being scuffed up). Once our Green Turtle (about a metre long and apparently weighing about 150 kg) started to lay its eggs (average 120 in 20 minutes!), we were invited close to look in groups and then later, when she had filled in the nest and started her crawl back across the sand down to the sea, those who stayed were able to follow her until she returned (a lot lighter!) to the sea. (Practically impossible to get photos as it was rather dark and they only use red torches so as not to disturb the turtles - on the few photos uploaded you may see the eggs and the vague outline of a turtle!).

A pleasant and relaxing few days.

Tangalla - Medilla Beach

Tangalla - Medilla Beach


Guest House - Lindsey on balcony

Guest House - Lindsey on balcony


Guest house - spacious bedroom

Guest house - spacious bedroom


Guest house - our balcony

Guest house - our balcony


Guest house - view from balcony

Guest house - view from balcony


Guest House - breakfast

Guest House - breakfast


Tangalla town

Tangalla town


Beach area opposite guest house

Beach area opposite guest house


Beach area opposite guest house - birthday cheers!

Beach area opposite guest house - birthday cheers!


Beach area opposite guest house 1

Beach area opposite guest house 1


Rekawe Beach Turtle Watch

Rekawe Beach Turtle Watch


Green Turtle - laying eggs

Green Turtle - laying eggs


Green turtle - laying eggs

Green turtle - laying eggs


Green turtle - job done - crawling back to the sea

Green turtle - job done - crawling back to the sea


Green turtle - job done - crawling back to the sea

Green turtle - job done - crawling back to the sea


Tangalla - Medaketiya Beach

Tangalla - Medaketiya Beach


Tangalla - Medilla Beach

Tangalla - Medilla Beach


Tangalla - Medilla Beach - coke stop

Tangalla - Medilla Beach - coke stop


Tangalla - Medilla Beach

Tangalla - Medilla Beach


Tangalla - Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area

Tangalla - Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area


Tangalla - Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area

Tangalla - Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area


Tangalla - Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area

Tangalla - Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area


Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area - safe swims

Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area - safe swims


Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area - safe swims

Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area - safe swims


Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area - relax!

Medilla Beach - Mangrove Beach Area - relax!


Tangalla sunset

Tangalla sunset

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Tissa and environs including YALA NATIONAL PARK

A relatively straightforward bus journey (plus auto rickshaws at each end) got us to our next stop (Tissamaharama - Tissa for short) in around 3 hours. Tissa itself is of no particular interest but it is the town from which most tours into the Yala National Park are organised. We stayed three nights at a very pleasant guest house where the charming Justin saw to our needs - arranging the tour to the park and, together with his assistant, producing excellent breakfasts and dinners. The dinners, where we opted each time for fish and vegetable curry, were great with 6 different bowls of vegetables which varied each night and included vegetables we had never seen before! YALA NATIONAL PARK Yala has the largest population density of leopards in the world, elephants and lots of other mammals and particularly rich bird life and is set in very pretty countryside with lots of lakes. We opted for a full day excursion which, with the time to reach the park from Tissa being not much short of an hour, meant we were out from 0500 to 1730! We had our own jeep with driver (as is the norm) and it was an absolutely brilliant day. We had good weather, an excellent and knowledgeable driver (Sanjaya) - who judged the pace just to our liking and who seemed to know just where to be to get the best views (and manoeuvred the vehicle expertly when needed), and we were lucky! We saw a female and then male leopard at close quarters before breakfast and, in the afternoon, we came upon a female leopard resting at the side of the track. At both times the leopards walked calmly around unbothered by the presence of jeeps. Stunning. In between, along with many colourful and exotic birds, crocodile, mongoose, monitor lizard, sambar and spotted deer ... ... , we came across a troop of elephants before lunch who again came very close to the jeep and were unworried by our presence, Our driver was convinced that they would head for a waterhole not far away later and checked out before lunch but no joy. Then we had lunch at a beautiful location by the sea (a tourist bungalow had been there, but nothing remained - destroyed (along with 43 persons) by the tsunami). When we had finished lunch (normally 2 hours), our driver suggested we head off straight away to check out the waterhole again for the elephants and, just as we arrived, there they were, just in the undergrowth. Incredible! They casually ambled in front of us and into the water and seemed to have a very good time bathing and playing before ambling off again into the vegetation. Lovely to see. Tissa environs On the final morning we took a bus down to the coastal village of Kirinda (deserted and impressive looking beach but far too dangerous for swimming, but otherwise uninteresting place with too much rubbish strewn around (so no photos from there)). After a lunch stop back in Tissa we took the bus to Kataragama (apparently one of the holiest places in Sri Lanka) to have a look round the temple area there. Things hot up after dark for the evening Puja but that was too late for us so we had a walk round whilst it was quiet and peaceful. A pleasant and interesting afternoon, made particularly so by the mix of Buddhist and Hindu images and the relaxed feel of the place.

LEOPARD - WILD!

LEOPARD - WILD!


Female and young elephant

Female and young elephant


Painted Stork

Painted Stork


Wild Water Buffaloes plus Cattle Egrets

Wild Water Buffaloes plus Cattle Egrets


Darter with fish

Darter with fish


Darter drying wings (later in the day)

Darter drying wings (later in the day)


Yala scenery 1

Yala scenery 1


Yala scenery 2 (large bird top of tree = Peahen)

Yala scenery 2 (large bird top of tree = Peahen)


Changeable Hawk Eagle eating prey (snake?)

Changeable Hawk Eagle eating prey (snake?)


Changeable Hawk Eagle (later in the day)

Changeable Hawk Eagle (later in the day)


White Breasted Kingfisher

White Breasted Kingfisher


Yala scenery 3

Yala scenery 3


Black Faced Lemur Monkeys

Black Faced Lemur Monkeys


Yala scenery 4

Yala scenery 4


Green Bee Eaters

Green Bee Eaters


Leopard - first clear sighting

Leopard - first clear sighting


Leopard (female)

Leopard (female)


Leopard (female) 2

Leopard (female) 2


Leopard (female) 3

Leopard (female) 3


Leopard (male) follows female a few minutes later

Leopard (male) follows female a few minutes later


Leopard (male) 2

Leopard (male) 2


Leopard (male) 3

Leopard (male) 3


Mongoose

Mongoose


Wild Boar

Wild Boar


Black Headed Stork (v rare)

Black Headed Stork (v rare)


Egrets etc and ... ... crocodile!

Egrets etc and ... ... crocodile!


Yala scenery - lilies

Yala scenery - lilies


Solitary male elephant

Solitary male elephant


Monitor lizard

Monitor lizard


large Monitor lizard on track later in the day

large Monitor lizard on track later in the day


First encounter with elephants 1

First encounter with elephants 1


First encounter with elephants 2

First encounter with elephants 2


First encounter with elephants 3

First encounter with elephants 3


Driver (Sanjaya) and jeep at breakfast stop

Driver (Sanjaya) and jeep at breakfast stop


Yala scenery 5

Yala scenery 5


Blue tailed Bee Eater

Blue tailed Bee Eater


Lunch stop

Lunch stop


Lunch stop - behind a deserted beach

Lunch stop - behind a deserted beach


Deserted beach by lunch stop

Deserted beach by lunch stop


Beach by lunch stop

Beach by lunch stop


Elephants at waterhole - sighting as we arrived

Elephants at waterhole - sighting as we arrived


Elephants at waterhole - 2

Elephants at waterhole - 2


Elephants at waterhole - 3

Elephants at waterhole - 3


Elephants at waterhole - 4

Elephants at waterhole - 4


Elephants at waterhole - 5

Elephants at waterhole - 5


Elephants at waterhole - 6

Elephants at waterhole - 6


Elephants at waterhole - 7

Elephants at waterhole - 7


Elephants at waterhole - 8

Elephants at waterhole - 8


Elephants at waterhole - 9

Elephants at waterhole - 9

Yala scenery 6

Yala scenery 6


Spoonbill and black winged stilts

Spoonbill and black winged stilts


Indian Roller

Indian Roller


Yala scenery 7   male elephant

Yala scenery 7 + male elephant


Yala scenery 8

Yala scenery 8


Female leopard lying at the side of track

Female leopard lying at the side of track


Afternoon Leopard 2

Afternoon Leopard 2


Afternoon leopard 3

Afternoon leopard 3


Afternoon Leopard

Afternoon Leopard


Afternoon leopard 4

Afternoon leopard 4


Afternoon leopard 5

Afternoon leopard 5


Peacock

Peacock


Malabar Pied Hornbills

Malabar Pied Hornbills


Sambar Deer

Sambar Deer


Spotted deer

Spotted deer


Guest House 1

Guest House 1


Guest House 2

Guest House 2


Guest House 3

Guest House 3


Guest House 4

Guest House 4


Guest House - Justin at your service!

Guest House - Justin at your service!


Is that the bus going to where we want?!

Is that the bus going to where we want?!


Inside the bus viewed in the mirror

Inside the bus viewed in the mirror


Kataragama outside the Sacred Precinct - offerings

Kataragama outside the Sacred Precinct - offerings


Kataragama - washing   temple elephant at back

Kataragama - washing + temple elephant at back


Kataragama - washing the temple element

Kataragama - washing the temple element


Kataragama - temple with mix of Hindu/Buddisthe im

Kataragama - temple with mix of Hindu/Buddisthe im


Kataragama - thirsty Lemur monkey

Kataragama - thirsty Lemur monkey


Kataragama - overrun with Lemur monkyes ...

Kataragama - overrun with Lemur monkyes ...


Kataragama - Maha Devale 3

Kataragama - Maha Devale 3


Kataragama - Maha Devale

Kataragama - Maha Devale


Kataragama - Maha Devale 2

Kataragama - Maha Devale 2


Kataragama - Maha Devale

Kataragama - Maha Devale


Kataragama - Maha Devale small Buddha and Bo tree

Kataragama - Maha Devale small Buddha and Bo tree


Kataragama - Kiri Vihara dagoba

Kataragama - Kiri Vihara dagoba


Kataragama - Hornbill

Kataragama - Hornbill

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Ella

Kandy to Ella by train The train journey from Kandy to Ella - up into and through the hill country, through lush green tea plantations and beautiful countryside, with spectacular views practically all the way - is a brilliant one and is definitely not to be missed. Even people touring round Sri Lanka with a driver take the train for a part of the trip (just leaving their luggage with the driver - to rejoin when they hopped off the train).

We had reserved our seats for the Friday morning train at the railway station the moment we arrived in Kandy the previous Monday morning. Only 3rd class seats were still available then for reservation but they turned out to be padded and comfortable for the six and a half hours it takes to cover the 163km journey. Superb.

Ella We had reserved (more by chance than design) a homestay out at Kithalella, along a fairly tortuous track to the west of Ella (but only 15 minutes walk without rucksacks). We had chosen well - the place was in a specular setting amongst the trees wirh a sensational view of Ella Gap, the couple who ran it were delightful, her breakfasts and dinners were superb and it was very reasonably priced. It just had two rooms opening on to a veranda area where you could sit in comfy chairs or at the table for meals, tea, etc. Wherever you were, there was the lovely view. Ella itself is nothing special but the scenery around it is spectacular. Also, being at over 1000 metres, the temperatures were re freshly cool.

Having arrived in the afternoon of the first day, we really just had two full days there. The first, we did the lovely walk up to Little Adam's Peak (on the Eastern side of Ella Gap) through the tea plantations, with spectacular views, and then walked along to the Newburgh Tea factory for the tour and tasting. (They only produce green tea - very tasty). The last day there was a Sunday so we decided to have a day of rest ... just walking into Ella for lunch and a bit of exercise. Then ... we had been told that a local lady did excellent massages so ... ... we both had one hour massages. Very pleasant and no pain!! It was the first time either of us have ever had a massage - but not the last!

We will certainly have very happy memories of our stay at Idyll Homestay.

Ella gap

Ella gap


Our train is the 0847 to Badulla

Our train is the 0847 to Badulla


Our train - Colombo to Badulla train

Our train - Colombo to Badulla train


View from train

View from train


Typical halt somewhere

Typical halt somewhere


3rd class seating - comfortable

3rd class seating - comfortable


Train seating with a view

Train seating with a view


View from train 1

View from train 1


Halt and old style signals

Halt and old style signals


View from train 2

View from train 2


View from train 3

View from train 3


View from train 4

View from train 4


View from train 5

View from train 5


Train - view of Adam's Peak

Train - view of Adam's Peak


View from train 6

View from train 6


View from train 7

View from train 7


View from train 8

View from train 8


View from train 9

View from train 9


View from train 10

View from train 10


Another halt - Ohiya?

Another halt - Ohiya?


Haputale Station

Haputale Station


View from train 11

View from train 11


Arrival in Ella

Arrival in Ella


Homestay1

Homestay1


Homestay2

Homestay2


Homestay3

Homestay3


Homestay4

Homestay4


homestay5

homestay5


Homestay6

Homestay6


Homestay7

Homestay7


Homestay8

Homestay8


Homestay - delicious veg. curry dinner

Homestay - delicious veg. curry dinner


Little Rowana Ella Falls

Little Rowana Ella Falls


Ella Rock

Ella Rock


Ella town

Ella town


Ella town 2

Ella town 2


Ella town 3

Ella town 3


Ella town towards Ella Rock

Ella town towards Ella Rock


Walk to Little Adam's Peak 1

Walk to Little Adam's Peak 1


Ella Rock 2

Ella Rock 2


Little Adam's Peak - view from top 1

Little Adam's Peak - view from top 1


Little Adam's Peak - view from top 2

Little Adam's Peak - view from top 2


Little Adam's Peak - view from top 3

Little Adam's Peak - view from top 3


Little Adam's Peak - view from top ?????

Little Adam's Peak - view from top ?????


Little Adam's Peak from tea plantation

Little Adam's Peak from tea plantation


Newburgh Tea Plantation from Little Adam's Peak

Newburgh Tea Plantation from Little Adam's Peak


Bringing the tea harvest in

Bringing the tea harvest in


Checking the quality of the tea leaves harvested

Checking the quality of the tea leaves harvested


Newburgh Tea Plantation and factory

Newburgh Tea Plantation and factory


Newburgh Tea Factory - different grades of tea

Newburgh Tea Factory - different grades of tea


Newbourg Tea factory degustation

Newbourg Tea factory degustation


chameleon?

chameleon?

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Kandy

Got a lift into Dambulla from our guest house with our Dutch friends and caught a bus straight away for the two and a half hour journey to Kandy. Pretty, lush scenery. The auto rickshaw driver at Kandy station had problems finding our homestay - no name on building and only half built! - accommodation level one completed but second storey (where breakfasts/meals served on request) more like a building site. We stayed 4 nights in two different rooms - the first had the room number upside down at the bottom of the door and the second room had the number on the inside of the door!!! That sort of place ... but very friendly owner and wife, quite okay overall and just about the nearest place to town close to the lakeside.

Kandy is the 2nd city of Sri Lanka and "majestic Kingdom of the hills" as the welcome sign says at the railway station. It is pleasantly cooler - in the evening at least - being 600 metres above sea level. Busy, bustling town plus a pretty lake to stroll around with large leafy trees for shade.

The lake is a good place for spotting wildlife - large warans and terrapins (check photos!) as well as plenty of birds (particularly cormorants and various herons/egrets) with large nesting colonies in some of the trees on the far side of the lake. Only problem, watch out for the "caca" under those trees. Also, on the way into town there is a particular area where thousands of crows rest for the night. Walking under there you hear the regular splat splat of bird shit hitting the ground close by and the one night we forgot to take an umbrella for protection one splat was straight between Alan's shoulders!

The main site in Kandy itself is the Temple of the Tooth but it is also worth visiting the four devales (temples) (three in the grounds - free entry - adjoining the Temple of the Tooth and one in the middle of town). These are both peaceful and very interesting - and good to see religions closely mixed together: Buddhist + Hindu.

The botanical gardens - a 20+ minute bus ride out at Peradeniya - is also a great place to spend a few hours. Magnificent trees and gardens, beautifully kept, plus monkeys and, in one part, thousands of large fruit bats hanging out (literally!) in the trees.

Kandy still retains quite a few buildings from the colonial days and one place we would particularly recommend for a beer is the Royal Bar and Hotel. Very well maintained with lots of old posters from the Ceylon days. The upstairs bar is particularly pleasant with old pictures of a very young Queen from coronation times at each end of the bar, gently whirring ceiling fans, jazz music quietly in the background, chilled glass awaiting your cold beer ... ...

Very enjoyable few days ...

Temple of the Tooth - from across lake

Temple of the Tooth - from across lake


Guest house dining area!

Guest house dining area!


Lake view from guest housse

Lake view from guest housse


Queens Hotel

Queens Hotel


Temple of the Tooth 1

Temple of the Tooth 1


Temple of the Tooth 2

Temple of the Tooth 2


Temple of the Tooth 3

Temple of the Tooth 3


Temple of the Tooth - entrance

Temple of the Tooth - entrance


Temple of the Tooth  - taking in the offerings

Temple of the Tooth - taking in the offerings


Temple of the Tooth inside 1

Temple of the Tooth inside 1


Temple of the Tooth inside detail

Temple of the Tooth inside detail


Temple of the Tooth offerings

Temple of the Tooth offerings


Temple of the Tooth offerings 2

Temple of the Tooth offerings 2


Temple of the Tooth inside xxx1

Temple of the Tooth inside xxx1


Temple of the Tooth inside xxx2

Temple of the Tooth inside xxx2


Temple of the Tooth 7

Temple of the Tooth 7


Stupa and Temple of the Tooth

Stupa and Temple of the Tooth


Buddha shrine at Natha Devale

Buddha shrine at Natha Devale


Buddha shrine at Natha Devale 2

Buddha shrine at Natha Devale 2


Stupa and St Paul's Church

Stupa and St Paul's Church


Vishnu Devale

Vishnu Devale


Sacred Bo tree

Sacred Bo tree


Offerings at sacred both tree

Offerings at sacred both tree


Pattini Devale(?)

Pattini Devale(?)


Kataragama Devale

Kataragama Devale


Kataragama Devale 2

Kataragama Devale 2


Lake towards town

Lake towards town


lake towards Temple of the Tooth

lake towards Temple of the Tooth


lakeside pathway to town

lakeside pathway to town


Lake

Lake


lake view 2

lake view 2


Lake 4

Lake 4


Ubiquitous squirrel

Ubiquitous squirrel


Egret

Egret


Ugly bill bird

Ugly bill bird


heron

heron


large Waran

large Waran


Large waran up tree

Large waran up tree


terrapin

terrapin


Clock Tower and Buddha on hill

Clock Tower and Buddha on hill


Clock tower and traffic

Clock tower and traffic


Around town 1

Around town 1


Around town 2

Around town 2


Around town 3

Around town 3


Lorries

Lorries


Auto rickshaws - multicoloured

Auto rickshaws - multicoloured


Peradeniya Botanical Gardens

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens


Peradeniya Botanical Gardens

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens


Peradeniya Botanical Gardens

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens


Peradeniya Botanical Gardens

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens


Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - Fruit bats

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - Fruit bats


Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - Fruit bats too

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - Fruit bats too


Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - Monkeys

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - Monkeys


Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - suspension bridge

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - suspension bridge


Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - view from bridge

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - view from bridge


Market

Market


Market 2

Market 2


market 3

market 3


Market - Alan buying bananas

Market - Alan buying bananas


Market - spices

Market - spices


Royal Bar and Hotel

Royal Bar and Hotel


Royal Bar and Hotel - upstairs bar

Royal Bar and Hotel - upstairs bar


Royal Bar and Hotel - The Queen

Royal Bar and Hotel - The Queen


Royal Bar and Hotel - Cheers!

Royal Bar and Hotel - Cheers!


Royal Bar and Hotel -> Cheers!  2

Royal Bar and Hotel -> Cheers! 2

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