Unawatuna Beach Bungalow Hotel
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... way of going for a dip.
Galle itself, especially the old part of time is really well worth a look. We spend the day wondering around and take in the old buildings, view around the fort, the lighthouse etc. This place should be packed with restaurants but somehow, even the dining out culture isn't taking off here. We look for a while for a place to eat, stopping once at an open restaurant with a menu at the front, asking if we could have lunch, the lady replied "oh ...
... take so Icannot comment on that.
The situation is very central although the off-road position ensures that traffic noise is never a problem. I used to walk everywhere in town and the Fort area, which is the major attraction in town is easily reached in 15 minutes. Should you want, Eranda can get you a tuktuk whose driver isn't going to rip you off. Coming from further afield, airport pickup is available at a cost of $70.
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... the real world. It had taken 5 months (including a month in The Netherlands), but I was satisfied with the person I was, I was in a happy place. I owe this to various events, but none so more than to my family and friends.
Everyone searches for their own happy place, it could be within oneself, a destination, within another person, and for to long, I learnt, I was investing to much of myself elsewhere and not in the moment, the here and now, myself. ...
... hot spot.
We eat at our hotel, outside after much dithering and I have paella and Mark a vegetable biryani. That's after I start getting worried that the mosquitoes are out to get me, you see my blood is far sweeter tasting than Mark's. I can report, so far, so good. The food was tasty and we had to try the obligatory local beer, lion larger, as it was written on the menu. After feeling full of scrumptious food we decide to sit in ...
... and when collecting king cocoanuts from the palm trees in the grounds they cut a square opening in the top of a few gave us them to drink from. In the evenings they would leave out left over bread for the local monkeys who come down from the trees and cautiously collect the offerings before taking them back into the canopy of the surrounding jungle. After a day of sunning ourselves on the beach we opted to hire a moped between us which offered a ...