Primrose Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrimrose Guest House Unawatuna
Clean room,comfy bed, knowledgeable staff. Near the beach, fan room, excellent mosquito net.
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... met we at first chose not to hide our identity. That being said, once we told them we're Canadian, they'd give us that, why do you hate us, beaten dog look. Telling them that we didn't vote for our ultra-conservative government felt lame. So we decided that for the balance of our journey we're going to tell everyone we're British. We're mostly asked if we're English anyway, so it fits.
During our three hour train trip ...
... to the guidebook (and in particular for Mirissa) these places don't exist - they are all popping up very quickly, and the place is turning very very touristy. The sunset was ok, could have been nicer. Not had an amazing sunset here. For dinner, we went to the beach and had a final curry. It was our most expensive meal - at £4 each. But everywhere here is expensive for food. It was nice. Again, far too much ...
... on yet another infected bite, but bad weather prevented us doing whale watching, which is what we came here for so we headed off again to Arugam Bay on the East coast for some better weather and R&R.
Surfs up dude!
... Thank God, Budda or Joe Pesci for that matter, for 3g internet on Sri Lanka. THE LIFE SAVIOUR!!! Suddenly the light on the porch went off. So did the fan and all other lights in the area. Great, power cut! And I'm the only person in the building. I went to my bag to find a torch, but didn't actually know what was I going to do with it. iPad has it's own light, and wasn't going to do anything else at the moment that playing with it. If the problem turns out to be ...
... br> The rainforest is paved, to a fashion. Long in need of some TLC, the path is covered in leaves making it impossible to walk along quietly and every 50m or so, you encounter a fallen tree that you either have to climb over or under. Still no wildlife seen.
We continue our walk eyes darting everywhere looking for monkeys and strange species of birds. None. But wait.. all of a sudden my cousin and I realise that we ...