Unawatuna Beach Bungalow Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Unawatuna
This place has got to be the worst place for lunch, so we had a quick drink, used their conveniences and hit the road :-)
... and a decent mosquito net - and the owner was like a Sri Lankan Mr.Bean in his sarong with his belly/hips always angled slightly fowards. He was funny :)
We found a place to eat on the seafront which didn't serve curry, so I got a good fix of more western food (and drink!). I had calamarie with salad and potatoe wedges...and a mojito..and beer...and 3 G&T's. Okay let'sjust say by 1am I was doind tequila shots with 3 volunteer coordinators and the Major ...
Days of beaches and local walks.
And the beginning of tuk tuks
After finally saying goodbye to Mr C, he offered to come back from Colombo to drive me to the airport 120km away, so he must be onto good money. Decided to stay at the beach at Unawatuna for a few days. This area was devasted by the tsunami of 2004 but there didn't seem to be many obvious reminders of this. Travellers stay in this ...
... book all the necessary transport and tickets and I venture off for somewhere to eat.Now since there are limted places I go to the roti shop across the road.Its a very dingy and dirty place full of mosquitoes and where a couple of sri lankans are devouring curry with grunts all the time glued to the very loud in terms of volume television with a soap opera playing.The owner says there are 4 other people who wish to go to Yala and if I go it will be cheaper so we all set off ...
Rough Guide: “Kottowa is an excellent introduction to the rainforests of
Sri Lanka” Two local bus journeys south from Hikkaduwa to Galle and onwards, and the ever efficient, though at times “financially confused” bus conductor tells us to get off just outside the Kottowa Rainforest.
Armed with our “trusty” Rough Guide, he’s dropped us perfectly at the entrance! Note to Rough ...