Isolabella Ayurvedic Hotel

Address: Dickwella, Dikwella, 41, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dickwella, Dikwella, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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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

        ... up at his mates place abit out of town, fantastic secluded place right on the beach and best of all there were turtles swimming right at the doorstep. They apparently lay hundreds of their eggs at his place, under the trees and up to his verandah. Lolled on the beach and in the hammock, collected shells, got sung to, a cup of ginger tea, and good conversation. Never got to the temple that arvo. But he did take Allison & I there the next day ...


        A travel blog entry by coleyboy on Dec 04, 2014

        1 photo

        ... and an army of folks getting the whole ground covered, they are up to their ankles by the time they get the ground covered, we'll it rained for 45 minutes but within a couple of hours amazingly the game recommences as a 35 over game. This is a day / night game so any delay is gonna get us late into the night. England are set a target of 236 and have a steady start a few good knocks but some poor ones ...

        Kanneliya rainforest

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

        54 photos

        ... thought to be a crocodile. It turned out to be a large water monitor about 2 meters in length - what a sight. We took few pictures and continued through the countryside full of small tea plantations towards our destination. We passed through cauchuk plantations as well and we learnt how the cachuk milk is being harvested from the trees.

        After we arrived to the rainforest we paid the entrance fees and picked up our guide (this is a ...

        Want to see a whale? Granted.

        A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Nov 16, 2013

        3 photos

        ... to actually hold us all on one deck. Brilliant to watch.We'd been sailing about half an hour or so when a Sri Lankan accent shouted "dolphins" and I looked up to see that there was an upper deck too with an arm pointing from it to the left. Suddenly we were surrounded by large grey dolphin; about a half dozen of them swimming in front of the boat. More appeared jumping out of the water with others seen in the distance. Before long we were amongst the biggest pod ...

        Sri Lanka

        A travel blog entry by louisejane on Apr 05, 2013

        12 photos

        ... enough for us, walked to one of the many waterfalls, feasted each night on fabulous curries from Sita's kitchen and were lucky enough to spend an afternoon in her kitchen picking up some tips. But for us the absolute best thing about Ella was the fresh buffalo curd drizzled with kutil treacle, it was so so delicious. The syrup made from the sap of the kutil palm flower, such a delicate sweetness with a hint of smokiness. Out of the mountains and back to the steamy hot ...

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