Home Stay Strand

Address: 218, Yaddehimulla Road, Unawatuna, 80600, Sri Lanka | B&B
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This B&B is located on 218, Yaddehimulla Road, Unawatuna.
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      Sri Lanka

      A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Dec 01, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... knife that have a cutting surface of less than a cm. It still looks like complete ***** but it at least it looks slightly less appalling and will grow out eventually. There is a popular drink in this part of the world called the toddy. Each evening they attach bottles to the palm trees and collect liquid overnight that ferments all the next day and becomes rather potent by evening. They think it is the best thing ever and there seems to be a bit of romantic nostalgia about ...

      Death, destruction & Warnie

      A travel blog entry by deetour on Jun 01, 2014

      11 photos

      ... restaurants.

      The fort is a large area, 36 hectares in total and set up against a surf that endlessly smashes against the picturesque rocky escarpments . It was initially build in 1589 as a small fort by the Portuguese but then the Dutch told the Portuguese to take a hike ( can you tell I'm getting slack?) and extended the fort to the current size in 1663. They quite respectfully kept a lot of ...

      Day 154 - Hangover in the Fort

      A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 02, 2014

      ... the waves crash against the shore. There was only one real answer - I went back to bed.

      I woke up a few hours later and felt even worse, but at least there were people up now, so I chatted with Colin. He looked only fractionally better than I felt! Kim, despite not being hungover, had grasped the opportunity to have a lazy day with both hands, she didn't even want to get up for breakfast. ...

      Unawatuna to Mirissa

      A travel blog entry by johnsmetana on Jan 25, 2014

      2 photos

      Being a lazy tourist is a convenient title for the day's events. After a lazy ol' breakfast we decided to enrol the services of a taxi as to make the most of the day, otherwise we'd have to wait around until 2.30 for the daily train to Mirissa via Weligama. This journey was pricey, smooth, quick, and apart from the constant insanity of the bus drivers over here, was ...


      A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Oct 15, 2013

      3 photos

      ... we need and he did it again:-) Crepeology is a very clever concept, owned and run by an English and American couple, apparently the only one in Sri Lanka. We share a savoury crepe and a sweet one in an attempt not to be piggies. I also have a minty lime cooler, which is gorgeous.
      Mark sees a two foot lizard and I can see he doesn't like the look of it, that worries me, suddenly we both speed up our walking!
      It is ridiculously hot today, I ...