Rockhouse Guesthouse & Restaurant

Yaddehimulla Road, Unawatuna, 80600, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Unawatuna

Unawatuna/Galle Fort

A travel blog entry by johnsmetana

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... the fort. In brief the fort is a amazing historical one, dating back to the days of king Solomon using it to export/import his fortunes, later in the early 1600's a Portuguese influx saw it again raise in profile until in 1667 the Dutch came in and made it what is today. The fort is huge and as you guessed rather hard to get in. In it's entirety it'll take a good hour to walk its perimeter, it's advisable to do this at sunset and not in the middle of ...

Another slice of heaven!

A travel blog entry by dawnread101

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... they showed us around the farm; they buy the eggs from the people that steal them from the beach and then bury them in the sand, when they hatch they raise them for 5-10 weeks so that they are stronger and have more chance of surviving in the sea, then they release them. They also had some rescue turtles, one had a fin missing.... It probably got caught in a propellor. The visit only made me want to work with them more and learn ...

BEACH TIME!

A travel blog entry by krasy8

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Mirissa, day two. Breakfast time. According to what I was told when I arrived to this place, although I sleep in the guest house no 2, I eat in the main one. Walking there in the daylight was like walk in the park. Maybe because it actually was a walk in the park. And not even a long one. 5 minutes tops. I sat down at the table in the "eating area" and ordered a very simple breakfast: toasts with butter and jam, scrambled eggs and coffee with milk. The girl serving ...

MORE SAND PLEASE

A travel blog entry by dphilips

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... down the local highway as the beaches in Sri Lanka are not very runner friendly to be honest. While running I received many biking horns. A lot of attention. I wonder what it would have been like if I had big breasts? Anyway, moving on - got back and spent the rest of the day lounging around have to say that the these two lads form Southampton I met were a good laugh. Did dinner and drinks together and being the good boy I am, decided to have a break to ...

Goodbye To Beaches

A travel blog entry by jamie083

This is a top pick!

... while to get used to the cold showers but I worked out that if I get really hot by walking around outside then the shower is extremely refreshing.

I've been keeping to my budget quite successfully. Yesterday I managed to get breakfast, lunch and dinner for a total of five pounds! Although, in my efforts to cut costs, I ordered a 'fresh fish' with rice and veg for only 300 rupees (1.50). I was very pleased with myself ...

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This hotel is located on Yaddehimulla Road, Unawatuna.
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