Sanmira Rennaissance

Address: Unawatuna, Sri Lanka | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located in Unawatuna.
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Travel Blogs from Unawatuna

Day 155 - Big Day of Travelling

A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 03, 2014

... had nice rooms, negotiating rates on a couple of rooms. Kim and I got a nice room with a balcony and they did Colin a deal for single occupancy, so we were all happy. Kim was even happier that there were a troop of monkeys living in the garden.

We hurriedly dumped our stuff and hit the beach. It wasn't exactly what I remember of Sri Lankan beaches - there were sun loungers everywhere! After the initial shock, it was actually a beautiful ...

The stick fishermen

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 14, 2013

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... feature. However sadly, perhaps because they weren't paid enough, there are no longer any 'real' ones left. It seems that they now sit along the side of the road and wait for tourists to drive past, then run out across the rocks, hop onto their sticks. Wave a pole around. Then demand money. Well this is what happened to us. And the whole way along the coast, we saw groups of men doing exactly the same thing. We didn't ...

Hot tuna Turtles

A travel blog entry by benneesham on May 08, 2013

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... the locals businesses from the elements and now they were all starting to show signs of decay.
The rot had set in.

We visited sleepy, cute and expensive Galle fort for an evening and wandered back past the ...

Something fishy is going on

A travel blog entry by whereiskatie on Apr 21, 2013

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... captain suddenly changed direction, the wind was soon back and we were popping over big waves once more. Hanging over the front of the boat, I was catching the best of the breeze, and the spray as it coated the front of the boat. Grinning like a loon, salt in my teeth from the spray, I soon found myself surrounded by the kids that were on board... they had too discovered it was a fun spot to be.

One of the kids decided to have a good chat with me,,, he was ...

Last day in Hikkaduwa.

A travel blog entry by aldebaran on Dec 26, 2012

... the blow holes, and swam together for a little while before diving back down into the dark ocean. We stayed a good hour. They resurfaced every so often, and according to the guys on the boat, when they come up to take a breath they will stay under anywhere between 8-20 minutes. Soon after we began to head back to the port we began at. Like I say, we were out in total close to 4 hours - but it was really good, I ...