Miltons Beach Resort

368 Ganahena, Unawatuna, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Unawatuna

Crack that whip, otherwise known as last beach day

A travel blog entry by jab13


... amazing sunset (hippy) and shared typical Sri Lankan brick oven pizza... On Thursday, I hit the beach with my trusty bear companion, sans Amy, but as I said I met up with a couple very cool Americans and spent the afternoon/evening with them. I spent yesterday coming up with a plan, being useless and watching a big rainstorm during another blackout. Tomorrow I head to Yala National Park in the ...

Galle and beach part 2

A travel blog entry by schellenberg


... at night to check that???) to sell to some people calling themselves gourmets,..!!! They also nurse turtles back to health if caught in the fishermen's nets. The baby ones are of course the cutest ones and we all take some time admiring them and jööööööööing at them!
Unawatuna is completely different than Tangalla...the guesthouse is on the beach, cramped between restaurants, other guesthouses, all fighting for a little spot on the sand. When we arrive in the afternoon the beach ...

Days of beaches (2-7 March)

A travel blog entry by rebeccax

... Really though, three of Buddhas teeth in as many weeks...

Stayed around the beach area for a few days taking in the local sights, the nearest town was Galle (pronounce Gawl). The Sri Lankan cricket team were playing Bangladesh there the following day. Locals seemed to know about the 'Barmy Army' who were there about two years previously. The view of the cricket ground from the fort is very good and free, ...

Monk and poya days

A travel blog entry by leendunc


... the throngs and wooden deck chairs, with the company of ants, I slink off for a swim. I heard somewhere that the red sea was the hottest, but maybe the winds made it feel cooler, the water here was warm, as if you barely notice the transition from air to water. Afterwards we eat, staple of vegetables and rice, and tuk tuk it back. An evening meal of delicious curries and ginger beer at local rates, it was the first day out of the city and on the coast and I think we liked it :-)


Beautiful Beach & Family Visit

A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort


... as well. He was busy playing on his mobile phone so jokingly I took it off him and he was looking at a song list. I asked him if he could play a song for us and guess what he picked Michael Jackson song. So I asked him “can you dance like Michael Jackson?” come and dance here I said. Nooooo he was shy and everyone laughed. The Aunty and Uncle laughed heaps with us.

Raj gave us a bit of a chat beforehand and said please ...

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