Secret Garden Villa
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Travel Blogs from Unawatuna
... veggie restaurant close to the hostel to have breakfast together, banana and treacle pancakes are pretty nice! Some of us then went different ways but Nat and I went to get a massage, just neck back and shoulders but it was a good value massage and definitely helped loosen up some tight muscles, and we had free coconut water afterwards. We then just had a walk along the beach before heading over to the train station, which felt a little weird as Cat was staying at the hostel ...
... until they are five. This is because very few females actually hatch - there is only one female egg for every 1000 male eggs. The hatchery also has some disabled turtles born with them in captivity and some caught in fishing nets and rescued. It was nice to see these turtles so well cared for, but I felt really sorry for one blind turtle, who was swimming into the wall repeatedly. Unfortunately, the hatchery was destroyed by the 2004 tsunami, al ...
... ditching the bags in the lovely rooms (complete with unexpected jacuzzi baths), we camped at the pool for a few happy hours having fresh watermelon juices and enjoying just being in one place. 2 nights easily changed to 5 as we relaxed and had the traditional part of the holiday. Sunbathing, swimming in pool, reading, wandering down to the beach, bobbing about in the sea and cocktails by the waves in the evening.
We used Unawatuna as a base to see Galle and didn't return ...
One of main reasons why I came to Sri Lanka was because I had heard that The Island has some really amazing beaches where the sand is almost white and the water is crystal clear. Having collected my Indian Visa and ticked off trekking areas on my list of places to visit there was no reason for me to stay on the west coast any more. Besides I felt a bit tired of that constant travelling and needed some chill out time and what is the better place to do it than a paradise ...
... stuck in Sri Lanka to ad to my woes. Like India, wifi in Sri Lanka is an absolute joke and cancelling my cards/contacting my insurance company etc became one big epic quest. I was at a low point, a real bad place. Not so much the loss of property anymore but the insane complicated system it took to try and rectify things. From a neighbouring hotel, I was taken pity on by one of the employees and his best mate who was a local Touk driver. The driver took me to the local ...
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- Free parking