Isolabella Ayurvedic Hotel

Dickwella, Dikwella, 41, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dikwella

Ahhhh the beach

A travel blog entry by michnak


... some little monks doing laundry...folding up their big orange robes. It's nice to be able to enter the temple grounds freely and wander around. From there we caught the train back to Midigama to have a relaxing New Years dinner.
The next day a bunch of us headed to a local Batick factory. One of the local women at the house had offered to take us. Sri Lanka is known for Batik, kind of like tie dye but with more intricate patterns. It was amazing watching the women paint ...

Day 17 - Yala to Udawalawe (Sri Lanka)

A travel blog entry by thekemptons


... elephants of course, but we were pleased to be able to pass the guide's test on the differences between the two varieties. The terrain was much less bumpy than yesterday, which was lucky since we were on bench seating today. In total we saw 26 elephants in the park, numerous peacocks, monkeys, hornbill, water buffalo and parrots. The elephants were great and came really close to the jeep. Dylan loved waving at the other vehicles and his 'friends', and was most disappointed ...

Kottawa Rainforest - The REALLY Rough Guide

A travel blog entry by leapinglemur


... the ticket office is about 1km back up the road. Hmm. A walk along a road under canopied trees isn’t that bad. At first we confuse the busy local court house for the ticket office, but are soon corrected. Rs644 ($5) lighter in each our pockets, and without a guide that wanted to charge us Rs3000 ($25) each, we walk back to the entrance of the rainforest with a spring in our step in the anticipation of what we were about to see.


A travel blog entry by roamingmonk


... herds of wild elephants. We traveled from our beach paradise to a small town called Embilapetila, and as soon as we got there quickly organised a jeep to the park through our guest house. We stopped off at the Elephant Transit Home, an orphanage for young elephants whose parents had died or been shot by locals if they came onto their land to eat their crops (it still happens). 30 or so boisterous juveniles are ...

Blue Whales - beyond our expectations

A travel blog entry by wickens

This is a top pick!

... that came in in the 1960's.

We were not disappointed and had an unforgettable morning. Not only did we see blue whales, but we saw an estimated 10 different individuals,and a total of probably 20 or more sightings. Sometimes the whales were no further away than 50m from the boat, that's pretty close when the animal is 30 metres long. So we had an unbelievable view of them, blowing water out of ...


This hotel, located on Dickwella, Dikwella, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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