Finally, your snow-white jet landed in the green embrace of "Sri Lanka. You will surely go down the ladder plane and breathe fresh air, which is already hovering spirit of the wilderness and strange adventures. Around full of bright colors, hear strange cries of animals, and the eye looks happy and sunburned face your guide. You have already set themselves on a crazy holiday in search of unusual. And, of course, like any tourist, you will want to to bring this country a lot of things that will reflect the mood and character of Sri Lanka.
In Sri Lanka you can find almost everything, since it is primarily a tourist country. Here is a great choice European clothing and furnishings, but they are quite expensive compared even to our shops. When choosing gifts and souvenirs to pay more attention to what is produced within the country, since it is these things are a local flavor and character. An excellent gift for friends and relatives will be all sorts of wood products manufactured by local artisans. You can for quite a modest fee to purchase beautiful wooden kitchen accessories, shelves, a small coffee table made in the ethnic style. The perfect gift for mom or grandma will be several paintings of local lace, which subsequently will its place in your home. Also, you can purchase your needle women a few meters of linen and batik. All fabrics are hand painted and made of only natural fibers. Younger family members can buy nice little figurines made of papier-mache.
What does the number of stars, which is assigned to the hotel? It is logical to assume that it says about the level of the hotel or the hotel, the degree of their proposed comfort and variety of services. The more stars, the higher level of service, comfortable rooms and a correspondingly large range of services. Not exactly. Actually, not everywhere. The fact that different countries have different classification system of hotels, and in each country adopted their national standards. For example, in Greece, are using letters (A, B, C, D), in the uk – the "crown", etc. System of stars, assuming five categories of hotels – the most common, it used in Russia, Italy, France, Austria, Turkey, Egypt, etc. But even a system of classification does not guarantee travelers the same level of service and comfortable hotel rooms in the same category, but located in different countries.
Why is this happening? Why is starting, for example, in some warm Arab country, you can suddenly find that your room in five-star hotel is like a student dormitory, and the best local hotels belong to 9 +? The fact is that in different countries – different ways of assigning stars hotels and hotels. In some countries the hotel owners themselves, at its discretion assign a category hotel. For example, in the United United Arab Emirates, as in most Arab countries, the number of 'stars' of the hotel is limited imagination of its owner, and operate here on the principle of 'more is better'.