Dickwella Village

Address: Dickwella Beach, Dikwella, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Dickwella Beach, Dikwella.
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          Travel Blogs from Dikwella

          Sweating in Sri Lanka

          A travel blog entry by helen-wositzky on Jul 09, 2015

          1 comment, 183 photos

          ... old historical paintings with white and repaint them entirely. Of course I couldn't keep my mouth shut and had to protest that they were destroying their history, but they looked at me fairly blankly when I tried to explain you can restore original paintings without painting over them. Needless to say I didn't contribute to their restoration fund!

          Fare-welling Allison who is staying longer, a quick trip back to Colombo on a nice express ...


          A travel blog entry by coleyboy on Dec 04, 2014

          1 photo

          ... German shepherd cross) is only 18 months old and decides he wants to play so I am getting my dog fix! His name is Emoo.

          Anyway late start this morning 12.30, missed breakfast so a cheese and ham toastie has to suffice for grub, it is hot and humid again today and after this I am in the pool. Back to Colombo tomorrow will be in touch..

          Johnny, Boz and Essex Phil, Colchester Dave and Essex ...

          Kanneliya rainforest

          A travel blog entry by jojo-a-lenka on Mar 26, 2014

          54 photos

          ... we did in Chitwan national park in Nepal but it was very hot and humid so we were glad it was hidden in the shadow of the trees. After half an hour we went into a small cave where we saw some bats and endemic species of fish, frog, spider, crayfish and crab. All very exciting and after few more minutes our guide spotted another endemic species – horn-nosed lizard. The tour of endemic species and the highlight of the tour followed ...

          Want to see a whale? Granted.

          A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Nov 16, 2013

          3 photos

          ... was the enormous grey back of a sperm whale. The sight was familiar from so many nature documentaries but David Attenborough wasn't commentating this one; it was live and it was real. Amazing. The boat continued to track the Whale staying a couple of hundred meters away which was both appreciated as a conservationist but frustratingly far away from the incredible creature as an animal lover. Several times the whale disappeared only to be spotted again minutes later ...

          Sri Lanka

          A travel blog entry by louisejane on Apr 05, 2013

          12 photos

          ... dusty, a bit of a jeep nightmare and a few animal sightings. Our favourite was the solo elephant wading in a lake filled with lotus, just moseying along snapping off the flowers and buds and obviously enjoying a very tasty feed. Our last 10 days were very chilled, 3 or 4 days in seaside villages, Tangalle.. Nice however peculiar resort with freaky staff but voted most comfy bed in Sri Lanka and apparently the site of a nasty murder Christmas 2011, a local politician ...