Pipels House

Address: Pelaketiya Watte 55B, Unawatuna, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pelaketiya Watte 55B, Unawatuna, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Unawatuna

    Unawatuna Change Of Fortuna

    A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Mar 06, 2015

    3 photos

    ... Later in the evening, after the clouds rolled away and the moon came out, we discovered the most fantastic restaurant. It was a little fisherman's shack on the beach, with 4 or 5 candlelit tables in the sand. There was fresh fish and curry on the menu, and with the full moon and the ocean and the incredible food it was an amazing experience. It occurred to me that candlelit dinners on the beach are experiences that normally cost hundreds of dollars, but here ...

    Sri Lankan Mafia Hostel

    A travel blog entry by nicole.lindsay on Nov 27, 2014

    7 photos

    ... hadn't gotten me on a bus going anywhere than my intended destination of Colombo city. I had vaguely developed a plan to get me to Unawatuna and it seemed easy enough- bus from airport to main bus station, then somehow get to the Maradana train station (before 15:30) to catch the last train to Galle and then take another bus to Unawatuna. yeah. Easy peasy. So Colombo is a MASSIVE city with slow moving traffic consisting of dogs, pedestrians, cycles, tuk ...

    Fill you mind, empty your heart

    A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Mar 22, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... 60% of the buildings are owned by foreigners. The fort wall surrounds the fort and nowadays is doubled as a scenic walk. Accommodation was a lot more than we were accustomed or prepared to pay for. We tried several guest houses before we were given a tip and taken to a local woman's house. Her name was mallika and she lives in this beautiful yellow bungalow in the perfect location by a temple and the fort wall with her sister. They rent out the extra rooms when family isn't visiting. ...

    Day eighteen

    A travel blog entry by zoegilbert1990 on Oct 07, 2013

    ... everywhere...nice... He told me to take my life vest off and sit on the edge of the boat with my feet in the waves and to watch the horizon!! It was lush!!! They guy then made sure I was ok and another crew member joined me for the whole journey chatting about the country and how no one spoke to any of them as they were black!! It was unreal!! His name was sash he was lovley and kept making sure I was ok!! He then disappeared and came back tapped me on the shoulder ...

    Days of beaches (2-7 March)

    A travel blog entry by rebeccax on Mar 02, 2013

    ... if alcohol is allowed in the ground but apparently some of the cricket fans threw away their tickets and watched it from the fort...

    The town had a fort, built by the Portuguese in about the 17th century, it was hit badly by the tsunami, the water breached the wall in three places but must have taken away a lot of the impact as no one inside the fort was killed. I was shown around by a guard, I didn't want to give ...