Chaaya Blu

Address: Uppuveli, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Uppuveli

Birthday on the Beach.

A travel blog entry by kyley on Apr 25, 2014

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... it scared them off.

The good thing was because the water was so still and so clear, just being in it was incredible.
The light filtered through, you could hear the dolphins talking to each other... even the boatman hopped in to enjoy the water.

In the last pod of dolphins we also met a shy fisherman who'd had a good day catching the fish that had tagged along with all of the dolphins.
Our pirate boatman tossed a line in ...

Sunrise, Snorkelling and getting slightly burnt.

A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on Apr 18, 2014

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... rupees is about a pound, which just makes it seem so much more expensive, but often when converted back into pounds it isn't at all. One of the reasons that the boat trip was still fairly expensive is the entry into Pigeon Island which is a National Park and visitors have to pay. Most of our group hadn't snorkelled before but they just literally dropped us at the Island, with the equipment and left us to it which was a bit of a shock. We ...

Slice of Paradise

A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on Oct 23, 2013

... in the places I visit. If I was, I could pull over and take pictures of the things that caught my eye. But in public transportation, the traveler has no say.

We arrived into Kandy about 11:45. I watched the clock. Each minute caused anxiety. Would I make the 12:20 train? Would there be a seat? Tick, tock. 11:55. I saw familiar landmarks. We were close to the train station. But were we close to the bus station. Tick, tick. 12:02. I stood up. The ticket guy shook his ...

An Island Paradise

A travel blog entry by barbiewyatt on Jul 30, 2013

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When we neared Rittigala, the highest peak in the dry zone, we transferred to a jeep for access through the wildlife forest reserve to a hillside monastic retreat. We climb up via an ancient pathway, passing first a 2 acre constructed pond, 30 metres deep, which once held 2,000,000 gallons of water. As we proceeded up the hill we passed partially restored remains of bathing pools, a library, ...


A travel blog entry by scoutandabout on Jun 15, 2013

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We had a long and very delayed train ride to Uppuveli but arrived to find our 2 favourite Swiss girls sunbathing on the beach. Yay!

Katy, Lucy and Rebecca had an amazing time snorkeling at pigeon island where we swam with 6ft
long black tipped reef sharks, a green turtle and fish impossibly bright and sometimes even neon!

We also did an intro ...