Travel Blogs from Unawatuna
... as we did. You will need to keep hydrated otherwise, as it's taxing. Thankfully though there is plenty of refuge in the cute cobble stone streets that shelter within, you could be mistaken for being in the middle of Europe as much of the architecture stands unchanged as it was all those years ago. With sightseeing done and dusted we did our usual best bargaining skills with the tuk tuk driver and departed back to the comfort of the hotel and beach. ...
... so that I can swim with them.... They are my favourite creature from the sea!
Once again Unawatuna is another little slice of heaven. There is more beach here and it is aimed a lot more at tourists. My idea of heaven.... Lying on a beach and shopping! I bought a couple of presents from the comfort of my sun bed... Bliss! I think we may just stay here for our last few days, I can't believe the fun is nearly over!
... definitely quite boring for Dash and his driver) before moving off on our increasingly long journey to Mirissa. Dash pulled over in a large town called Matara as Laura needed a bag. Little did we know that where we had parked was a no stopping/waiting zone. After being issued with a fine by the police, we spent the next hour driving around trying to pay the fine/retrieve the drivers licence, which had also been confiscated. Such a faff, but Laura did manage ...
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So I sit here typing away to the sounds of Phil Collins, courtesy of some bevvied up Brits abroad who seem to have given the bar an ultimatum, which is to play the CD on repeat or get ya heads kicked in. Well the staff here have submitted and next time I do Karaoke I know what I'll be singing. Who knows what the rest of the night will bring. Tomorrow I'll be going into Gaulle town centre to have a look around. Can't beach it all the time.
... an intelligent piece of ordering. It turns out it was literally a fish plucked out of the ocean and put on a plate, no cooking whatsoever. Luckily they didn't have the size that I ordered so I was able to change my order. Not sure I would have been able to stomach raw fish. Apart from that little hiccup I have been loving the seafood here. It's fresh, delicious and cheap so a perfect combination really.
Tomorrow I'm ...
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