Unawatuna Nor Lanka Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... walked to Tangalle's bus station, and boarded a VERY brightly decorated bus to Unawatuna on the west coast. The bus was decked out in a "Rio: The Movie" motif, covering all the seats and walls (it was reminscent of a child's birthday party...I found myself wanting cake).
The two-hour ride up the coast was almost fun. We rolled on by lots of cute beach towns, and the air smelled like the ocean. At noon we arrived in Unawatuna, our home for the next ...
... we walked out on to the street, his brother was sitting there on his rickshaw, waiting for clients: "good morning! very hot today" he might say. Or perhaps "very wet" if indeed it was raining. The two brothers were always keen weather observers. I told Belinda these poor men were born in the wrong country! With such a strong interest in meteorological conditions, they really should have been born in ...
... a go herself. It was surprisingly comfortable. But did she catch a fish??? You will have to watch the video to find out! http://tinyurl.com/JodyStiltFishing The next day we spent in Galle town doing some shopping, visiting the markets which have amazing displays of fruit and ...
... round a dagoba (Buddhist holy place) so maybe it is specific to Nepal. I don't know but I'll update the blog if I ever find out. It's just one more thing I have to learn and there are so many.
Was it Jimmy Cliff who sang an old semi-reggae balled called something like "More questions than answers" to which the "hook line" in the chorus was, "The more I find out, the less I know"? Isn't that the truth?
The first thing that caught my eye was the lovely ...
... met we at first chose not to hide our identity. That being said, once we told them we're Canadian, they'd give us that, why do you hate us, beaten dog look. Telling them that we didn't vote for our ultra-conservative government felt lame. So we decided that for the balance of our journey we're going to tell everyone we're British. We're mostly asked if we're English anyway, so it fits.
During our three hour train trip ...