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Egg-citing Easter celebrations at Waters Edge


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  From an eggy-licious Easter Brunch with egg-citing entertainment for kids, Easter gourmet treats that everyone would love, to chocolate Easter goodies designed to satisfy even the most monstrous chocoholic cravings and Easter bunny making a grand entrance on a helicopter, all this and more was on offer at the well-patronised The Easter Brunch at Waters Edge. The brunch was held from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on 5 April at Pranzo. Participants also had an exciting chance to win a helitour for a family of four to truly celebrate Easter in style. Easter Brunch at Waters Edge turned out to the ideal setting for families with young children. To keep the little ones occupied the hotel held a plethora of games and activities, such as the largest Easter egg hunt, egg painting, Easter obstacle race, Easter piñata and many more prizes and surprises. The luxuries of the hotel’s elegant indoor space and the breathtaking beauty of the Grand Lawn to experience the concept of Spring together with the culinary magic of Executive Chef Buddika Smarasekera and Executive Pastry Chef Tilak Rodrigo were special treats for the kids and parents. Pix by Lasantha Kumara

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