Ypsylon Tourist Resort & Diving School

Address: Moragalla, Beruwala, Western Province, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Moragalla, Beruwala, is near Mirissa Water Sports.
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      Travel Blogs from Beruwala

      Train south

      A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Jan 10, 2015

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      We woke late and had breakfast at 10.00. Huge. Scrambled eggs on toast, curried hash browns, tomato and onions, bacon and wonderful warm sausage,followed by sliced fresh mangos pineapples etc. Sat in the garden for a while: three people in conversation, a man cleaning the pool, another touching up some paintwork, a squirrel, crows, exotic bird calls, whoops and whistles, the breeze rustling the thick leaves on the trees, different bushes with wonderful flowers.

      WHERE BE YOU COMING FROM SIR.........???

      A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Dec 02, 2014

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      ... by the pool watching a massive electrical storm...... The Hotel is grand and lavish and belongs to a "Mr BIG COCONUT" a Sri Lankan...........all very tasteful apart from a totally tacky water feature by the pool comprising a massive concrete square arch structure which at night, is illuminated by naff little lights and sprays water.......situated nearby is a dreadful climbing frame contraption with strange plastic fruit and a purple caterpillar! I can see those "finger ...

      Gall to Colombo

      A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Nov 03, 2014

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      ... for the trip into Colombo. Our driver was a talkative young guy who drove cautiously ... Initially, stopping at pedestrian crossings, giving way to smaller vehicles and not in any hurry. We made our way back out of town, passed the fishing villages where the men were out laying their nets. The fishermen at Coco Bay were in the final stages of bringing the nets onto the beach, their rhythmic chanting in time with the tug-a-war pulls on the lines. We circled ...

      Foundation of Goodness - Tsunami field trip

      A travel blog entry by alicia.n.brown on Aug 21, 2014

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      ... boy so young could choose to enter this, he appeared to have the qualities of an adult, sat by the side, watching over the children - almost as a father would over his son. We left the temple and got the minibus just down the road to a small wooden hut with a sign outside stating 'tsunami museum'. This place didn't look much from the front, but I think I can say it's the most moving and inspirational place I have ever visited. As we entered the building a smiling Sri Lankan lady ...

      Day 18 - 22

      A travel blog entry by lou_sinton on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... of Excellence Awards on the 25th July. At the office they have some of the female entrepreneurs products which you can see in my photos. Apart from this, I have spent some time at Colombo Public Library, at Viharamahadevi Park, and at a few cafés reading. On Sunday I found a church, Colombo Gospel Tabernacle in Wellawatte where the sermon was on 'Jesus in your 9 to 5'. Fortunately, unlike ...