Dickwella Village

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

    Safari time

    A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh on Jan 30, 2014

    52 photos

    ... despite getting pretty wet, was fantastic seeing the elephants playing in the rain and then running into the lake and playing, as it was warmer in the lake. Our jeep was also forced to wait a number of times on the road, and to head off the tracks as the elephants were blocking the way. It was such an amazing experience and certainly the highlight of Sri Lanka for me. Heading back to our hotel, we capped off a great day, relaxing over dinner and some Arak ...


    A travel blog entry by iaingardiner on Apr 24, 2013

    17 photos

    ... It's filled with dozens of quaint villas, few have been converted into guest houses but many remain inhabited by locals, old schools and and a museum. We found a viewpoint overlooking the cricket ground and the rest of Galle, around the corner awaited a peculiar gentleman with a monkey, a pipe and two baskets. As we walked pass he whipped of the lids and revealed two long cobras! It's fair to say both Ian and myself both **** ourselves! . It's ...

    Journey to Paradise

    A travel blog entry by elasue07 on Jan 12, 2013

    1 photo

    ... to pass through a non-existent space in the link between the two carriages and calling out ‘side, side’ and a German backpacker who was wedged fast, with packs attached to both his front and back, was trying to find out whether he had time to get off and try another carriage. Nobody, except me, could understand him and I was, probably, the only one who didn’t know the answer to his question. And then another man, whose standard of personal hygiene I had ...

    Moonstone coloured waters of Unawatuna

    A travel blog entry by aborder on Mar 20, 2012

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... us in Galle. A quick Tuk Tuk took us to the beach area of Unawatuna. We found a place to stay from having a chat with a fruit stand. A fruit stand we would become very friendly with. The guesthouse was new and finished in time for the England cricket fans to arrive. Our plan was to move further east away from Galle to find a chance of a cheap ...

    Unawatuna – Buddhism Strikes Back

    A travel blog entry by zinzan3 on Aug 16, 2011

    4 comments, 27 photos

    ... guest-house, both staff and guests.

    The stalls and the crowds of people weren’t the problem, the problem was solely the speakers which belonged to the two temples in the area. We asked Lucky, the guest house owner how long the festival continued and he drily informed us this was day 3 of a 7 day festival. What happens is that the faithful write a request for their favourite religious chant and along with a hefty donation they ...