Miltons Beach Resort

368 Ganahena, Unawatuna, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 368 Ganahena, Unawatuna.
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Travel Blogs from Unawatuna

Day 156 - Star Gazing in the Indian Ocean

A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 04, 2014

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In the morning, Colin and I both had a bit of a sorehead, but nothing like the hangover we had suffered from in Galle! We went on the hunt for a Sri Lankan breakfast, with hoppers in particular, the target. We were finding that restaurants that did Sri Lankan food wanted advance notice, as Sri Lankan cuisine takes so long to prepare. So bizarrely, it was often easier to get western food than it was to get Sri Lankan food in Sri Lanka! With a bit of persuasion, we ...

16th December - Unawatuna

A travel blog entry by omclintock on Dec 16, 2013

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... food that had grown on me by this point. I opted for prawns, sweet potato and okra along with poppadoms and fiery coconut sambol. Very impressive food. It was December's poya day so no alcohol was served. We managed to get the manager's blessing to go elsewhere to buy beer but upon opening them he told us we couldn't have them. Cue hiding our beers under the table like a 16 year old in a ...

Beach time baby!

A travel blog entry by scoutandabout on May 26, 2013

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... day Katy was poorly so stayed in the room whilst Karim and Lucy went on a morning trip to see baby turtles in a rescue centre, and to an Ayurvedic spice plantation, where they had free(ish) massages. In the evening, Katy (who was nil by mouth) was forced to watch Lucy and Karim share a feast of fresh fish on the beach.


Then the 3 of us plus our neighbour Daniel visited Galle for a day trip. We wondered around the streets, walked along the fort's walls ...

Enjoy in Mirissa Water

A travel blog entry by dhpl.travels on Apr 01, 2013

... it is LKR (I recommend to use only Intercity buses) 400.00.
When you use public transport you have to get one bus from airport to
Colombo and then to Mathara. Ask conductor to drop you by the Mirissa
town.
There are so many semi luxury hotels and guest houses in the
area. You can find cheaper places to stay in outside of the beach on the
other side of the road inside to the country than on the beach. But it
is ...

Days of beaches (2-7 March)

A travel blog entry by rebeccax on Mar 02, 2013

... and sea...


Also visited a local government run crafts centre, this seemed to be genuine, was shown around by an elderly gentleman, when I asked if I could take a picture, he said yes and then took me round again to take everyone's photo!

Walked along the sea front, saw some of the local fishermen selling their fish on a nearby beach...

This man told me to take his picture...


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