The Three By Jetwing

Mahavihara Road, Ahangama, 80560, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mahavihara Road, Ahangama.
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    Back to the beaches

    A travel blog entry by needswashing on Feb 19, 2013

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    ... a few times now.

    Off the train, change to another train for 40 minutes, then the last bus to Tangalla. Phew!

    Very happy to be here, having done all of the cultural sights of Sri Lanka I wanted to. Time to relax.

    Just a few minor things to see here, the really nice beach and the blow hole.

    Had a restful day or two and then moved on to Mirissa for the Whale watching.


    A travel blog entry by aldebaran on Dec 26, 2012

    ... the island was bathed in white. Sri Lanka came back to life after the tragedy; it's impossible to deny that. But long after there still remain scars, many, many more than I can say. In every town there are ruins. Every town still bears the scars of what happened on that day, 8 years ago. I want you to know, because I don't think it should be forgotten. It is a truly humbling experience to be faced with these ruins. Thank you for ...

    DAY 3-10

    A travel blog entry by sgaudun on Feb 28, 2012


    Sorry guys the map will not be accurate because the computer is too slow. So I will summarize the days 3-10. Day 3 visited Sigiriya rock fortress(LION ROCK)and climbed all of its 1202 steps viewing beautiful paintings still preserved in the rock. Day 4 hire some bikes and explore second ancient city of Polonnaruwa. More barefoot and bareheaded hot footing it through sacred temples and remnants of temples. In the afternoon, a mini jeep safari observing ...

    Tangalla & Turtle Conservation Project (TCP)

    A travel blog entry by brysons on Feb 19, 2012

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    ... keep getting out for directions and because it was all the back roads there were pot holes everywhere so it was like being on safari!! When we finally arrived there we made our way to the beach in the pitch black with only a motorola phone light to light the way! That was interesting.

    Luckily we were only sat on the beach waiting for around half an hour when we received signal from the other side of the beach. Nick and I and about 10 germans walked to where the turtle had ...

    Fun and emotion

    A travel blog entry by gypsylife on May 01, 2011

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    ... and Lucy from Liverpool, very nice very nice. They joined me and Amanda in our timetable so we could show them the ways around. The school holidays have now finished so all the children were back at school, whilst the others went to the Nursery and some of the schools I chose just to go to the orphanage as I wanted to spend as much time as I could with my babies. I did however go to the street kids school as I love it there, so much fun we did crafts and ...