Chaaya Blu

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

Trinco Times

A travel blog entry by summerhillkimbo on Sep 27, 2014

12 photos

Arrived in Nilavelli beach about 3 days ago, driving down from Jaffna. It's at the upper end of Trincomalee, about 14kms from the town centre. Very clean beaches, with luke warm water and no surf. We were originally planning to drive down via the centre of SL but diverted to the coast road after discussions with a soldier guarding one of the war monuments that we stopped at on the way. There are numerous war memorials around SL- out in the burning plains ...

Birthday on the Beach.

A travel blog entry by kyley on Apr 25, 2014

59 photos

... caught two large mackerel (I think).

By now it was WAY later than we were supposed to be out, so even though we didn't come upon any sperm whales, we were all more than moved by the spectacular day out on the water, especially Helena who's favorite animal is dolphins but can't see them in captivity because it makes her feel too sad.
A couple times I caught her with tears in her eyes because she was so moved by the whole thing.

First long public bus journey and the beach

A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on Apr 17, 2014

2 photos

... her child sat on the seat with me. It's amazing the difference, once the child stood up, of how much space my legs then felt they had. We did do well to have seats though as a lot of people were standing. The journey took about 6 hours, which was actually pretty good, it would be a lot quicker if there weren't as many stops along the way at the small shops, we didn't get out at all but can see why they are needed. At every stop there is also ...

Slice of Paradise

A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on Oct 23, 2013

... if to say, “not here”. I sat down. 12:05 We were at the station stuck in traffic. I stood up again. I pointed to it and he understood. My bag was in the very back of the bus in a different compartment. The ticket guy watched the street. There was a policeman so we couldn’t get out. Finally, he jumped out of the bus and got my bag. I struggled to get it on but was eventually successful.

I had my ticket and was waiting on the platform with 10 minutes to ...

Tumultuous Trinco

A travel blog entry by redsetter on Jul 18, 2013

2 comments, 66 photos

... before we parted company (that's a long story) and the rest of the time alone. I met lots of other travellers who were so much fun I just didn't want to leave. I know it was only a month but I felt I'd been there for ever and really got into the whole beach living thing. In one place I even got myself a job as chief board writer for the specials menus and the resident dog moved onto my terrace to look after me. I feel no guilt ...