Unawatuna Nor Lanka Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We left Bandarawela and were given a nice colonial send off by a man in full ceremonial get up. Travelling through the highlands past Ella, a popular tourist town, we stopped to view the Rawana Ella Falls. We also stopped to see the magnificent Buddha rock statues at Buduruwagala carved in the 9th century and which were overgrown by jungle in this most tranquil of ...
... of time jumping over and diving through them. This was unfortunately spoilt for us by some local boys not leaving us alone despite being told, and then trying to expose themselves to one girl, in the end she did have to slap one and then we left the beach. It was such a shame as it just spoils your having fun time. Spoke to an Indian couple with two young children afterwards who had seen them and were disgusted at their behaviour, luckily this is the first time we ...
... out that it wasn't quite the phenomenon that we thought it was, when we turned around and saw that behind us were some particularly ominous looking rain clouds. Thankfully, the rain didn't materialise! The waves in Mirissa were absolutely huge and we had seen a lot of locals and a few tourists bodysurfing them, whilst we were having lunch. So, after we had let our lunch go down a bit, there was only one thing on my mind - playing in the waves! It was so ...
... can't take pictures in a temple, so I didn't take any! But it was beautiful, as all the temples I have seen in Sri Lanka have been.
Unawatuna was a pretty little tourist town, with many shops, bars, restaurants and guest houses to choose from. I was staying in the South Ceylon restaurant and guesthouse, which turned out to be amazing! Great value for money with a massive room, and the food served upstairs was yum! I arrived pretty late ...
... Government years to build it and nobody is using it!
I have decided that places have a smell and Sri Lanka's smell is soap mixed with strong incense, you can smell it mainly on men, maybe its all the showers they take!
So would I come back, yes I think I would; mainly to see the wildlife and to eat more of their yummy curries. I'm pleased to report no mosquito bites and no upset tummies, just a bit of sunburn. See you soon Sri Lanka - maybe on the way ...