Unawatuna Beach Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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It's me agaaaaain! Can't believe I am on my third week in Sri Lanka already, it is going sooo fast! So this week was our first proper week planning and running the projects. It has been so exhausting but so so much fun. At the moment I have two favourite projects. The first is teaching in a primary school nearby with children aged around 7 years …
Hello from a lovely Sri Lanka. Hope things are good in England and not too cold. I can't believe Christmas is round the corner. I've never been anywhere hot at Christmas time. It's really weird, I keep forgetting it's nearly December!! All is good here with us both. We are now in Sri Lanka but I will fill you in on the last week in India before I …
An exciting start to our day in Galle in Sri Lanks. We were moored off shore and had to take a tender to the port in a six foot swell!! Very interesting getting on and off the tenders from the ship's docking platforms. However it was all worthwhile. This is a beautiful,charming place with a much more relaxed feel to the hustle of places like Penang …
... 160;But this nationality tend to be very......focused (or maybe i mean unfocused about anyone else or what is going on around them) then again I guess when you live in a country with 1.24 billion other people you would become internally focused. It might be a self preservation thing. This may have been a sign of things to come. I often think that because we have so much space in Australia and such a small population there is more room per sq meter for your ...
... they have found, and will lead you to uncrowded places better than those advised by the guide books themselves. We have found that the ‘off the beaten track’ destinations advised by the Lonely Planet staff will lead us to places with lots of people standing around holding Lonely Planet guidebooks.
Get out of the ‘compound’. Leave your resort and spend most of your time wandering around, seeing the countryside and the city. A lot of ...