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... Unawatuna is the most popular beach town in Sri Lanka- it's got bars (that close at 10pm on a weekend night) and tons of guesthouses and a gorgeous white horseshoe beach. We hadn't reserved any accommodation, so with backpacks on and sweat pouring (it's about 95F here with humidity...it's a beachy jungle), we searched out the perfect beach hideaway. We ended up at a tiny 3-room guesthouse, in a large, airy room with a fan and a little terrace overlooking ...
... The book illustrates how difficult it is for those on our relatively isolated, protected continent to understand the constant and on-going dance of Russia /China/ India, Russia/Germany/ the Middle East, etc. the book was published in 2012 and it makes the present conflict in Ukraine almost a foregone conclusion . Reading it as I travel here is almost a study tour. Ah well, there comes a time in any long trip where ...
Galle is a must on any tourist's visit of Sri Lanka but accommodation there is really expensive. We met a couple of travellers who had just been there that recommended we stayed in nearby Una and catch a public bus to Galle. This proved to be a very good tip as our room was super cheap and indeed the bus to Galle just takes 10 minutes. On top of it, the owners of our place kept giving us stuff for free (coffee in the morning, extra this and that with food) and had to be ...
Well we have finally left India! after 3 1/2 months there. We had a really good look around Southern India this time, and it was really lovely to see all of my relatives again, and get to know them ( some of them for the first time). We had electronic visas for Sri Lanka, and they worked without a hitch in getting us into the country. We got a taxi which was returning to Hikkaduwa from the airport after a drop off. So, I negotiated SLR4500, which ...
... tuk tuk driver for the task at hand. General rule of thumb is if you've had a couple of Red Bull's and are in the mood for some hair raising living on the edge type "bombing it dude" driving then pick a young driver. But if you feel some what more relaxed in your journey, seek out a driver that is at least 75 or better yet on the brink of vision impairment. This may be slow, but it will keep the sweat at rest for at least the journey. With those ...