At the evening of the day, I arrived at the Bandaranaike International Airport flown from Tokyo.
And I went to the booked hotel in the Uswetakeiyawa Vilage with a local guide.
Uswetakeiyawa is a really little fishing village in Wattala Pradeshiya Sabha, Gampaha District, Western Province. It is located on the west coast, just 20 minutes away from the airport.
Next morning. After breakfast, I went out for a walk through the village.
Sri Lanka’s remarkable canal legacy is due to the hydraulic expertise of the Island’s early civilisation and the homeland expertise of Dutch colonists. The British neglected canals for modern methods of shifting goods and carrying out trade road and rail. Nevertheless, the important Hamilton Canal was constructed between Colombo and Negombo, which is now undergoing rehabilitation as an ecotourism destination.
After the walk, I left for Negombo.
Designed to complement the soothing tranquility of its surrounds, the hotel makes for the perfect base from which to embark on a variety of excursions, from sightseeing tours to nature walks.