Unawatuna Beach Bungalow Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Meal plan
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Obviously, I've fallen quite behind on my blogging. Sorry about that for those of you who have had the patience to continue reading. I'm now home in Eugene, Oregon and playing "catch-up" on life and blogging after a very busy few months with research and aiding relief and recovery efforts in Nepal (more on this in later blogs).
So my last post, as some of you noted, was pretty intense. I got some really positive responses to it, which was ...
... sorry if this blog post kind of sucks. I accidentally hit the delete button and lost the entire thing when I was at the point of proof reading it last week. I guess that is how you learn to not write novels on "notes" since you cannot save it. I also learned that I might want to unclog my cloud and have notes backed up periodically. Ah well being slow means one is always learning though unfortunately that dreaded affliction called a.g.e. (right Catherine?) seems to always be one step ...
... bay has been eroded and large rocks were placed in front of some restaurants and hotels to stop it happening further. From what we were told the tsunami in 2004 has changed the currents and some rock walls were built to protect the temple peninsula, combined with people having built too close to the sand making it seem worse. Unfortunately what was regarded as (or one of) Sri Lanka’s best beaches is no longer. Half the bay's beach is ...
... for, which was across the road from a gem store and souvenir shop. We checked it out, then said goodbye to our helpful guide. We walked back to the fort and wandered thru the narrow streets checking out the shops, many of which were closed over lunch and not opening until after 2pm. Headed back to One minute by TukTuk for lunch. Another fine meal and a beer from very obliging staff. We then checked out a few of the boutique shops. Barefoot in ...
... We massage their arms and hands, some ask for their legs doing but I just can't bring myself to touch some of them. People walk bare feet in Sri Lanka so as you can imagine the feet are cracked and dried and basically just gross. I'd do it if I could wear gloves but that may offend them. Lillian is my favourite, she has no teeth and makes hilarious face expressions, doesn't speak a word of English but we got on like a house on fire, I'd pull ...