Frangipani Tree

812 Matara Road, Unawatuna, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsFrangipani Tree Unawatuna

    Reviewed by sarahbellecher

    Frangipani

    Reviewed Jul 18, 2011
    by (4 reviews) Bourne End , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Really nice, clean guesthouse. One of the best I've stayed in all trip

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Frangipani Tree Unawatuna

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Unawatuna

    Shopping, beach and massage times

    A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on May 25, 2014

    3 photos

    ... had been planning to see about jet skiing but they weren't open, I'd enquired about surfing on Saturday but it was 2-3km away and all adds up by yourself. So I decided to leave my bag with a western mum and young son and have a morning swim, which was lovely and I wasn't harassed, a few people did look over but think they decided it wasn't worth it as I was fairly far out and actually swimming. Felt so relaxing just to have a chilled swim in the sea by myself, we then all meet ...

    Couldn't resist a bit more beach....

    A travel blog entry by holly.smith on Jan 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... project. The hatchery collects from the beach (or buys them from fisherman who have collected them) to increase their chances of survival - fewer than five in 1000 eggs in the wild will survive the adulthood. The eggs are incubated under mounds of sand for up to 60 days depending on breed, then transferred to tanks for the first two days of life. After this stage, the male turtles are released into the wild, and the females stay on i ...

    Galle

    A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Oct 15, 2013

    3 photos

    ... but I'm heartened to know that the staff at the hotel tell us it has been very hot even for them. In some parts of the island it has been the hottest day on record. I ask them how they keep cool and they say they take three showers a day! I always thought the locals adjusted and found the heat easy, apparently not.
    We finish the day with arrack cocktails, which is a coconut spirit, Mark has two of them and it's a good job he is already ...

    Later that week

    A travel blog entry by laureneden on Jun 15, 2013

    25 photos

    The kids at the teaching centre are really sweet they kiss my feet as they leave. Now that is gratitude! although maybe I should warn them about my athletes foot and verruca's…. not all of them are cherubs, I tried to get this naughty kids down off a table and fell over with him and ended up in this mangled chair/limb/child mess of the floor. I looked like a right knob.

    I currently have 45 fly bites on my body, some weeping some swollen. I look like I have the plague. If ...

    Happy New Year

    A travel blog entry by guy.everton on Dec 30, 2012

    4 photos

    ... Fort district in particular, is the amount of white people there. Driving from the airport, I had seen no evidence of tourism whatsoever, but the minute I entered Galle white people seemed to pop out of nowhere, rambling along the seafront, cramped up in the back of tuk-tuks and bartering for fish at roadside stalls. Evidently, this part of the world is ex-pat and tourist central, and my stay here I think will offer me a third way of viewing a country. Many tourists ...