Miss Tourism World for the first time

……Also Visiting Arugam Bay……

Officials at the press conference in Colombo. Pic: Nissanka Wijerathne

The Miss World Tourism 2023 will take place in Sri Lanka for the first time in July. The pageant is set to showcase the country’s scenic regions and tourism hotspots as 40 contestants from around the world will compete for the Miss World Tourism title.

The pageant will be launched on July 20 and take contestants to Sigiriya, Kandy, Arugam Bay,
Yala and Hikkaduwa, wrapping up on the 11th day for the main event at the Nelum Pokuna Theatre.

The participating countries are: Belarus, Belgium, Botswana, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Cambodia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Ghana, Guinea, Hungary, India, Italy, Indonesia, Kenya, Liberia, London, Macedonia, Mauritius, Mexico, Mongolia, Namibia, Nepal, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, The Netherlands, the UAE, Ukraine and Zambia.

In an ambitious move to boost tourism and address neglected issues across Sri Lanka, the Miss World Tourism Sri Lanka pageant is set to captivate the nation’s attention. Departing from the traditional focus on superficial beauty, this groundbreaking pageant aims to harness the potential of its contestants to effect positive change in their home countries while promoting Sri Lanka’s tourism globally.

Under the innovative format, each country will send its finest representative to compete in the final stage of Miss World Tourism Sri Lanka. These nine winners will not only vie for the prestigious title but will also be entrusted with a significant responsibility. Their role will encompass the development and execution of a project tailored to address specific issues that have long been overlooked in their countries.

By emphasising purpose and social impact, the pageant organisers seek to foster a sense of dedication and responsibility among the contestants. Rather than merely aspiring to win a beauty title, these suitably qualified winners are encouraged to embrace the opportunity to make a tangible difference in their communities and elevate the standing of their provinces.

Throughout a considerable period of time, the crowned winners will dedicate themselves to their projects, demonstrating their personal growth, compassion, and the ability to effect positive change.

This approach not only showcases the contestants’ capabilities but also serves as a testament to their commitment to society and the nation as a whole. Beyond the glitz and glamour, Miss World Tourism Sri Lanka is a catalyst for promoting tourism in the country.

By leveraging the contestants’ influence, the pageant aims to enhance Sri Lanka’s global recognition as a premier tourist destination.

Through their participation and personal projects, these exceptional women will showcase the diverse attractions and unique cultural experiences that Sri Lanka has to offer, enticing travellers from all corners of the world.

The Miss World Tourism Sri Lanka pageant embodies a new era of beauty pageants, one that transcends traditional notions of beauty and empowers contestants to become agents of change.

With a focus on provincial development and a commitment to transforming neglected issues, this groundbreaking event aims to put Sri Lanka firmly on the global tourism map while leaving a lasting impact on the communities it touches.

AbaY’s Links & Groups

Arugam Bay is blessed by having many awesome, useful and highly specialized Groups, Pages and Social Media Platforms.
Indeed, this, the original Web Site (arugam.info) has been around far longer than any other Home Page on this island – dating back to end 1999. Only much later Government and Tourist Board pages appeared.

Below is a – non exclusive – list, with useful links and short descriptions.
To help you to find the precise Information you are looking for.

Do YOU wish to add your / other Links to this initial List?
Please send your submission to us!
And we will add suitable links at once.
write to:



Feel FREE to join. Any or all of them.
Look around and interact as you wish.

This mainly is an online History album now.
And this Old Page has documented all major local events since the beginning of the Century.
Use the page “Search” function if you are looking up any special topic of interest.

(Both for now re-direct to arugam.info – but domains are available for development)

Social Media:
Traditional Websites are no longer relevant.
Because they a static, and social media is far more powerful and up to date.
Allowing input (Photos, Videos, Comments) from Guests and the wider Public.

On What’s App:
Arugam Info
The above is THE leading, oldest and very active WhatsApp Group
Giving you day-to-day General Information about AbaY relevant topics

Further useful Links:

  1. www.arugam.info          (web site)
  2. www.arugam.com         (web site)
  3. www.arugam.asia         (web site)
  4. www.stefan-loose.de    (web site)
  5. Footprint Travel-guides (web site)
  6. Arugam Surf                       (Facebook page)
  7. Arugam Bay                        (Facebook page)
  8. Arugam Bay Surf Club        (Facebook page)
  9. Arugam Bay Beer               (Facebook page)
  10. Lovely Arugam Bay            (Facebook page)
  11. Arugam Hostel YMCA        (Facebook pages)
  12. Old Arugam                        (Facebook page)
  13. Old Ceylon                          (Facebook page)
  14. Journey to the East           (Facebook Page)
  15. Siam View Projects           (Facebook Page)
  16. Living in the AbaY area     (Facebook Group)  
  17. AbaY Tourist Information   (Whatsapp Group)
  18. AbaY Restaurants              (Whatsapp Group)
  19. AbaT Transport                  (Whatsapp Group)
  20. AbaY Events                       (Whatsapp Group)
  21. AbaY Now                           (Whatsapp Group)
  22. AbaY Sports Club               (Whatsapp Group)
  23. AbaY Humor                       (Whatsapp Group)
  24. AbaY What’s On                 (Whatsapp Group)
  25. AbaY Food Court               (Whatsapp Group)
  26. AbaY Power, Gas               (Whatsapp Group)
  27. AbaY Community              (Whatsapp Group)
  28. Arugam                              (Twitter)
  29. Arugam                              (Instagram)
  30. Arugam                              (YouTube Channel)
  31. Arugam Surf                      (YouTube Channels)
  32. AbaY SriLanka                  (Instagram)
  33. Arugam Surf Club             (Instagram)
  34. Arugam Bay                      (TikTok)
  35. Arugam Bay                     (Printertest)
  36. Siam View Projects         (Facebook Page)
  37. Surf Point Apartments    (Facebook Page)
  38. http://www.facebook.com/groups/arugam (Latest 2023 Group for Opportunities)

Sri Lanka’s East Coast That Will Leave You Speechless

By Ruskin Brodkin On Apr 12, 2023

Planning on spending more than a day or two in Sri Lanka? Make time to head over to the island’s eastern seaboard.

Being on the opposite side of the island and a minimum of a 5-hour drive from both the commercial capital, Colombo and the island’s main international airport, the east coast destinations tend to be less crowded than those of the west and south coast at most times of the year.

And there’s plenty to see and do!

1. Experience the Splendour of Untouched Beaches

Since the east coast beaches see less footfall than the beaches on the west, southwest and south coasts, they give off more of a feeling of being untouched.

Beaches like those of Pasikuda and Kalkudah also give off a bit of a ‘Maldives’ vibe thanks to generous expanses of shallow, clear waters that are a delight to wade in.

Some of the popular east coast beaches that you can explore are:

  • Trincomalee Beach
  • Nilaveli Beach
  • Pasikuda
  • Arugam Bay

2. Get your Surf On

Arugam Bay is one of the best destinations for surfing in South Asia and the go-to spot for surfing in Sri Lanka.

There are waves of all kinds to be ridden there and it has developed into a popular east-coast beach with plenty of hotels, guesthouses and restaurants for travellers to choose from.

The best part is that when the monsoon hits the southwest coast, you can head east to Arugam Bay to experience perfect beach weather.

3. Go Dolphin & Whale Watching

Head out into the waters off the coast of Trincomalee for a chance to spot dolphins (mainly spinner dolphins) and whales fairly close to shore! 

Blue whales are some of the most commonly sighted species of whale and can be seen as close as just 30 minutes from the coastline by boat. Sperm whales frequent these waters too.

4. Enjoy Some Snorkelling

Trincomalee is known for great snorkelling spots like Swami Rock and Navy Island.

The former spot, Swami Rock,  is situated below Trincomalee’s oldest temple. When you snorkel here, you will come across statues of Hindu gods and the Buddha in addition to many varieties of tropical fish such as groupers and trumpetfish. 

The latter spot, Navy Island is a relatively shallow stretch of water where you will find a mix of hard and soft coral as well as tropical fish, octopus, eels and other marine life.

There are also great snorkelling spots near Nilaveli Beach (which is located about a 25-minute drive from Trincomalee).

5. Go WWII Shipwreck Diving

If you know how to scuba dive, then you’ll love Sri Lanka’s east coast.

Off the shores of the east coast, you’ll find wrecks of ships that sank during WWII when the Japanese attacked such as the British Sergeant (which sank off the coast of Kayankerni) and HMS Hermes (which sank off the coast of Batticaloa).

6. Safari at Minneriya National Park

If you’re staying at a beach town around the central part of the east coast,  such as Pasikuda, you can easily arrange a day trip to the Minneriya National Park. In addition to the coastal experiences and attractions, a wildlife safari at the park is one of the popular things to do in Pasikuda.

The park is located about a 2-hour drive inland and Pasikuda Resorts like Uga Bay will help you organise a wildlife safari.

Minneriya is most well known for the annual elephant gathering that takes place during the dry season (July to September), but it’s a good park to visit year-round if you’re interested in viewing all kinds of wildlife, including many endemic species.

7. Make a Day Trip to Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle

Similarly, if you’re based in an eastern coastal town such as Pasikuda or Trincomalee, you can plan a day excursion to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Cultural Triangle.

The ancient Sigiriya Rock Fortress, for example, is about a 1 .75-hour drive away from Trincomalee and 2.5-hour drive from Pasikuda.

Ruskin Brodkin

Ruskin Brodkin writes for blackbirdnews.com. She is a graduate in journalism from the University of Maryland. Ruskin currently lives in Brooklyn, and she previously worked as a Television Producer on BBA International’s Squawk Box Europe. Ruskin has also been a movies reporter for Radio New Zealand.


Amazing AbaY

Arugam Bay is a true ALL-Year-Round Destination.

True, the resort is mainly known as S.E. Asia’s and Sri Lanka’s prime Surf Destination.
And indeed the waves are best April – November in the East of our island.

But there are a lot more things to do – even if you are not a Surfer!

In fact:
More and more visitors have discovered that winters are the BEST times to enjoy the
Mild, not hot – not Cool.
But there is a very Dry Climate in Arugam Bay = November -to- April.
AbaY = The Weather Wonder of Asia: 340 days Sunshine / year!
No other report can offer such an amazing weather pattern.

The Best, the perhaps most popular Arugam Establishments remain OPEN all Year round.
And as such AbaY never has an “Off- Season”. The resort never shuts down as such.

contact: Ms. ANNIE +94 767335764
(Best via WhatsApp)

Credit for the article and the posters go to
Ms. Annie herewith (+94 767335764)

On The Bus(ses)

From The South to Arugam Bay

This article is written to clarify Public Transport options.
From the ”Deep” South (anywhere! – to remote AbaY)
We just offer this alternative to Travelers – it is NOT intended to compete with Taxi operators.
But this – once in a lifetime Journey – offers a Cheap, economical, environmentally friendly Thrill.
A unique chance of a life time, for travelers who prefer to spend saved cash directly within a Community.
And interact with day to day poor local travelers.

Stuck in (overpriced) Galle (Tuks charge up to Rs./ 500/km!)
– We searched the Internet:
And all sorts of strange results come up for this Connection (Galle to AbaY).
Quoting long journey times, difficult connections, weird rates, etc.
Apparently it is almost impossible, takes a day +++ and at least 13 hours.

We decided to put it to the test!

Departing at around 10am from Galle.
Main Bus Depot. Main Road – in this case on the Kataragama Bus.
We also could have chosen the Badulla Bus (via Wellawaya)
Or another one via Matara etc.
+ Points:
1.) Very reasonable (Rs./ 819)
2.) Very frequent services (every hour?)
3.) HUGE savings on Roller Coaster rides
4.) It for sure is Your thrill of a Life time = A really fatalistic ride of the Century

– Points
1.) Sardine Can experience (we got window seats – lucky for some)
2.) Far too many frequent stops all over the A2
3.) Loud Music (penetrating our own ear phones)

Next Bus:
Weerawila -to- Monaragala

+ Points:
1.) Very reasonable (Rs./ 406)
2.) Bus almost empty (Pick Your seat!)
3.) Pit Stop half way (Good Food & Drinks)
4.) Perfect Roads – great Countryside
5.) Much more civilised Drivers
6.) Donation based FREE Life Music (see below)

– Points:
1.) Goes round a LOOOOOONG way
2.) Via Wellawaya (nr. Ella) even
3.) That made the direct 60km ride into a near 200km sightseeing trip

The Last Bus:
Monaragala – to – Central Arugam Bay

+ Points:
1.) Incredibly Cheap (Rs./ 339 only)
2.) Leaves sharp on time (16:30 in our case)
3.) Super friendly, fair, helpful staff
4.) Clean Bus Station (with attached Liquor bar / shop)
5.) Bus continues to PANAMA via AbaY = At no extra costs
6.) That means they drop everyone off anywhere in Arugam Bay
7.) Saves Tuk Transfer from PottuVille to AbaY (Rs./ 1k)

Arrival in the Centre of Arugam Bay (at the m. Meena Bar / Siam View Bus Stop)
At around Sunset time:
Perfect for a first, cool drink in one of the leading Bars!

There are Many, Many ways EAST.
All are awesome ways to travel.
Some trips are super Cheap – and create Memories of a life Time

AbaY Opportunities, Rents, Stalls, Shops

500 ++ New Members!
On our brand new Facebook Group already

10 More days to Go!

Before the start of AbaY’s Best ever High Season = 1st. April 2023


Join us!
You must Act Quick – to be part of Arugam’s amazing progress

Balaji Ocean Hotel, Arugam Bay

Lankaila pumps in Rs. 160m, acquires sixth local hotel

Chairman Lankaila Dhakshitha Bogollagama exchanges the agreement with members of the Balaji Ocean Hotel, Arugam Bay

In addition to their recent acquirement of the iconic Peacock Hotel in Hambantota, this Singapore / Sri Lankan group has shown Full Confidence in remote Arugam Bay.
Being a true, All-Year-Round Tourist Destination.

Lankaila comprising a consortium of investors from Sri Lanka and Singapore made its sixth acquisition in the local hotel sector when they took an 80% controlling stake of Balaji Ocean Hotel, Arugam Bay pumping in over Rs. 160 million.

“We have already made investments of over USD 8 million for seven more such acquisitions so far,” said Chairman Lankaila, Dhakshitha Bogollagama. The Balaji acquisition mark their presence in the eastern coast of Sri Lanka.

“We have also allocated over USD 50 million to further invest in other hotels. These investments amply demonstrates the confidence the company has in the stability and tourism segment of Sri Lanka and we are looking at more Hotels to invest in collaboration with local investors.

“We have access to international funding, technology and believe in mutual synergy and cooperation to work with Sri Lankan companies together and to provide them with the funds, technology and international networks to grow,” he said.

Lankaila with their partner company Zeta which is the first in the world to provide a proprietary platform that integrates digital marketing to booking operations to finance will also help their assorted hotels to upgrade standards.

“This permits hotels to increase revenue through direct sales and digital marketing, and reduce costs through technology with a state of the art Hotel management system based out of Singapore,” Bogollagama said.

Ceybook.com is their own booking website which has its own payment gateway and one and only Sri Lankan Online Travel Agency (“OTA”) type booking platforms.

Ceybook is also a hotel cloud hotel management platform which can control hotels remotely which includes staff management, Guest check in, check out, accounting and all in one.

“They are also looking to provide similar operations, management and marketing support to other Hotels across Sri Lanka,” he said.

Their Digital Concierge service “DCS” will be the world’s first digital concierge service to all tourists into Sri Lanka. DCS will provide help and support to tourists on arrival, through their journey in Sri Lanka up to the point of departure.


Arugam Bay: Guide to Sri Lanka’s surfer’s paradise 

Written by Veidehi Gite

Feb 22, 2023, 02:41 pm

3 min read

Take a dip in the warm, inviting waters to experience the thrill of surfing

If you are ready to embark on an adventure of a lifetime in Sri Lanka, Arugam Bay is the perfect destination for you.This gorgeous coastal town offers an array of activities for exploration, relaxation, and fun.Take a dip in the surfing hotspots, sample some local cuisine, and unwind in the luxurious beach resorts on this white sandy beach.

Soak in the natural beauty

Located on the eastern coast of the country, Arugam Bay offers stunning views of the Indian Ocean, lush jungles, and a variety of wildlife.It is the perfect spot for swimming, snorkeling, and other water sports.Home to many traditional villages, it gives visitors a glimpse into the rich culture of the island.You can enjoy sitting in the sun on a leisurely afternoon.

Explore local culture and traditions

From the vibrant street markets to the spiritual temples and breathtaking sunset, Arugam Bay is the perfect place to immerse yourself to learn the Sri Lankan culture.You can explore the stunning beaches, visit the colorful markets and sample some of the local cuisines, or take a trip to one of the nearby temples and absorb the spiritual beliefs of the locals.

Take a dip in the surfing hotspots

This stunning beach is known for its world-class waves, perfect for all levels of surfing skills.Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned surfer, you’re sure to find a break that suits you.Arugam Bay’s magnificent views and crystal-clear waters make it the perfect place to indulge in surfing. Take a dip in the warm, inviting waters to experience the thrill of surfing.

Sample delicious Sri Lankan cuisine

From the famous string hoppers to the unique curries and rice dishes, you can sample them all in Arugam Bay.The ingredients are fresh, the flavors are bold and the recipes range from simple to complex.Whether you’re looking for a light breakfast or a filling dinner, Arugam Bay has something for everyone. You won’t be disappointed by the flavorful cuisine here.

Unwind in the luxurious beach resorts

You can enjoy breathtaking sunsets, crystal clear waters, and pristine white sand in Arugam Bay.Revel in the tropical atmosphere as you unwind in the luxurious beach resorts.You can take a stroll, indulge in water sports, or simply bask in the sun.From luxurious poolside villas to cozy beachside bungalows, resorts in Arugam Bay offer the perfect environment for a relaxing getaway.

Ride4Ceylon: AbaY-to-Jaffna

Adam Santo – CEO, Sydney FC

The eagerly anticipated R4C2023 gets underway from 1-4 March, with a R4C record breaking 85 participants.

Cyclists from around the world will descend on Sri Lanka to ride approx 475km, from Arugam Bay to Jaffna, in aid of Green Memorial Hospital, Jaffna. Through sponsorships and donations, each rider raises funds to assist with the renovation project at the hospital.

R4C is the fundraising branch of the U.K. based charity Friends of Manipay Hospital. Alarmed to see the once thriving GMH in a state of disrepair, brothers Prof Jayantha Arnold and Anandan Arnold put the wheels in motion to renovate and reaffirm the hospital’s core value.

Continue reading ‘Ride4Ceylon: AbaY-to-Jaffna’

The Good. The Bad. And the …. much Better ;-)

A quick look at
Global, National and Local Security Issues.
Q.: Where?
Would YOU wish Your Kids to be in times of Trouble?

1# The GOOD:
According to the above Post / Research Sri Lanka = Ceylon
Is a safe, non contested or a Nation in dispute with any other!

2# The BAD:
Locally (Sri Lanka, Nationally):

Some expect new & more demonstrations.
Specially mid March due to local elections taking place.
Maybe similar to what had happened in mid 2022
But all of those will be on the other side:
The West. Not the East.

Because here people are generally content & happy.

Discontent in Colombo and the South is brewing up. Again

3#: The BETTER:
Just consider this confirmed History. Below.
Direct from The Ceylon….Sri Lanka..:
Eastern Front (aka Arugam Bay):

RED: We had a 30 Year Civil War
RED: We had a 2004 Tsunami
RED: There was a C-19 Pandemonium, globally
RED: We had Colombo Bomb Blasts

Yellow: Not a single shot was ever fired here in the “War”
Yellow: Surfers still came – and had a great, ultra safe time!
Yellow: Covid: AbaY remained Open every Day. Nobody had any issue here
Yellow: Those evil Bombs had no effect on AbaY at all.

Green: NO Covid
Green: NO Dengue
Green: NO Malaria
Green: NO Rabies
Green: NO Food Shortages
Green: NO Fuel Shortages
Green: Hardly any Power Cuts
Green: Great, High Speed Internet
Green: Always plenty of fresh Food, clean, unlimited Water!

VISIT remote Arugam Bay!
The perhaps most safe place to be.

Plus our more or less guaranteed 333 Days of Sunshine are also no mistake to enjoy….

FB Group (update)


The brand New, 2023 Group on Facebook has already attracted 350 New Members.
Join us!
To spot where YOU (or your friends) fit in, into our Arugam Bay Community.
There are loads of most amazing offers and opportunities posted on this Group.


Historic Footage – SVH @ AbaY

The BoC Branch @ The Old Siam View, 2002

Twenty Years ago.
There was a branch of the State Bank of Ceylon located under the popular Siam View Restaurant.
The moderate rent was paid directly from the BoC Head Office to the rightful land owners.
Unknown to everyone, an outrageous fraud was already committed 5 years earlier.
By the same Bank manager who had stolen the land documents in 1995 and had the premises transferred into his own, private name!

Only now, after 25 years, with the support of the Hon. East Province Governor and the panel of experts, the Divisional Secretary and the C.I.D. are investigating those serious matters.

AbaY Opportunities, Rents, Stalls, Shops

Please Click here. To open most amazing Offers!

A successful Food Court / Events park

Arugam Bay is getting ready for the 2023 High season!

Q.: Who?

Wants to:

1.) Work with us? – Run our New Nomads Center and/or:

2.) Start your own little business.

3.) On the brand new AbaY Food & Adventure Court

3.) Rent (part of-) long existing premises

4.) 100m direct Oceanfront access land is waiting for YOUR purposes

5.) Rent one of 7 already existing Shop Units on the Main Road

6.) Be your own Boss – Run your own outlet / restaurant

7.) All with having Full permits & approvals already

8.) Ability & Skills are more important than Investment

9.) Only the most suitable, honest people will be considered.

Ask us anything! – Every message will be answered.

+94702042271 (Whats Up)


Join the Group below for full details!
It’s a new, 2023 Facebook Group:


MRIA to be promoted as an ‘exotic tourism destination airport’

Matala Rajapack Airport at Christmas 2022

Airport and Aviation Services yesterday said it is keen on promoting Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport (MRIA) as an “exotic tourism destination airport”, so that its full potential can be realised. 

Airport and Aviation Services Chairman Major General G.A. Chandrasiri said that the efforts towards that goal would be rolled out by promoting hotspots such as Ella, Yala, Arugam Bay and Udawalawa, which can easily be accessed via MRIA. 

He stressed that MRIA is an “attractive” airport for tourism, as it provides easy access to wildlife parks, beaches and cultural and religious attractions. “This route development will boost the tourism industry in Sri Lanka, especially in the post-pandemic period,” said Chandrasiri at the ceremony that was held to welcome the first charter flight by Russia’s Red Wings.With the landing of Red Wings, MRIA resumed international operations after nearly two years. The last international flight that arrived at MRIA was in 2021.

Arugam Dan.
@ MIRA in 2022
Arugam Dan & Father at MIRA 2022


Leader of the Panama Pattuwa Land Struggle

Gnanamuttu Kusumawathi

Photo courtesy of Samanthi J. Gunawardana

Gnanamuttu Kusumawathi, known as Kusuma akka, passed away five years ago. We remember her rebellious spirit and strength with admiration and gratitude. Kusuma akka was a leader in the Panama Pattuwa (Pattuwa refers to an identified area of land in Sinhala) land struggle from August 2010 until the day she died of a heart attack on December 23, 2017. We reflect on her contribution and leadership in the land struggle and on where it is at present, especially in light of the vibrant social movements that emerged in 2022. Her contribution marks a long unrecognized tradition of leadership among rural women in Sri Lanka.

Kusuma akka, like her parents, husband and children, was born in Panama in 1973, a coastal town in Eastern Sri Lanka. Before the emergence of the prominent land struggle the area was understood through the lens of an era-defining separatist war between the LTTE and the armed forces. Panama was an intermediate area in the landscape of contested territory where Tamil and Sinhala communities had a long history of intermarriage, kinship and ritual. Caste was the major source of social division rather than ethnicity. Panama had religious and spiritual significance. The two ethnic communities were connected through cross religious ritual and worship involving the god Murugan (Tamil Hindu) known as Kataragama deiyo (Sinhalese) and Hindu goddess Pattini (Kannagi in Tamil) and god K?valan. Pattini in particular is worshiped in Panama across all social categories and is seen as protecting the villages and giving its people strength.

Pages: 1 2

New Years’s Eve Event

New Years Eve Get-Together
@ The Old Siam View Hotel.
Arugam Bay.
Everyone is welcome.
As Always:
Gents walk Inn FREE – Ladies Pay Double

Doors will open at 5pm as always.
There will be mellow music, good drinks, nice people.
Every Non Drunk / Non Aggressive Person is Most welcome!