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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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    Unawatuna Change Of Fortuna

    A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Mar 06, 2015

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    ... Holy **** I love a good British turn of phrase). And today was the day! So here's what happened: We noted that our stash of cash was down to 1000 rupees (about $7 USD). This was enough for brunch, but not enough for dinner or to pay for the laundry we'd sent out yesterday. So we decided to head to the beach for a few hours in the morning, then at lunchtime, head to lunch en route to an ATM. But here's the kicker that our assh*le Lonely Planet guidebook ...

    Galle and surrounds

    A travel blog entry by luciecox on Aug 30, 2014

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    Galle is a must on any tourist's visit of Sri Lanka but accommodation there is really expensive. We met a couple of travellers who had just been there that recommended we stayed in nearby Una and catch a public bus to Galle. This proved to be a very good tip as our room was super cheap and indeed the bus to Galle just takes 10 minutes. On top of it, the owners of our place kept giving us stuff for free (coffee in the morning, extra this and that with food) and had to ...


    A travel blog entry by cathykate8 on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... It attracts many artists and writers, who all fall in love with the relaxed lifestyle and incredible community. The Fort was built by the Portuguese in 1588, but heavily fortified by the Dutch in the 17th century with walls of granite, coral and ballast from shipwrecks. There are still remnants of the moat later closed by the British. Two portcullised entry gates have ornamental crests above the imposing archways. The height and width of the walls protected the residents from ...

    My first trip to the Old Fort.

    A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Feb 19, 2014

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    ... my various VT tips for the benefit of those who do not read my VT pages (and why should you?).

    I wandered past the harbour, passing the beadcart on the way and completely failed to see something rather interesting which I shall tell you about later. These breadcarts are brilliant although they do have the most annoying tunes which they play incessantly in the manner of an ice-cream van in the UK only at a volume that would shame Sammy ...

    The next curve ball...

    A travel blog entry by mickyj.young on Feb 10, 2014

    Today has been one of those days, regardless of my current position, where everything in my life seems to collide and I cannot seem to find a way to identify a clear path.

    I am currently in Unawatuna, Sri Lanka, the second stop of my month abroad.

    You could say over the past 25 months, my life has been eventful.
    I have worked in the USA, studied in Canada, and travelled through 29 countries over 4 continents. Very fortunate, but with luck ...