Unawatuna Nor Lanka Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... what? We walked along the beach and thought we could see them at a bar, but it wasn't. It was another group of rowdy English guys. Ew. We continued walking and decided to get dinner, and head back to the full moon bar later, and see if glen was there then. We had dinner at a beach club which was very fancy. I had spring rolls and chips, and the others got carbonara. Following dinner, we walked and managed to ...
... fabulous are sweltering hot. - When you open the door you walk into a shimmering wall of heat that kind of takes your breath away - as though someone has gone out and left the electric fire on. The ceiling fans barely seem to stir the air which laps around the room like warm soup. We have a gripe about this to Shara our landlady who offers to install A/C right away for 1000rupees extra ( I didn't see that one coming). - I don't quite see how she's going to do it, but ...
... free eduction and health care which has no doubt helped them move rapidly forward after their seemingly endless civil war finally ended. We spent the next couple days visiting temples in the rain and driving through the countryside. One day we went out on a canoe trip and visited a small village. Nearly everywhere you go there are tree forts where people sleep each night to watch for elephants as they will storm through and destroy fields and crops. They set off fire crackers ...
This morning I'm assigned to 'street kids' nursery. This project was set up by the teacher who after 18 years is still there. Don't be too put off by the name these kids don't actually live on the streets. When the charity was first started by Mrs Vagira, now 48, she would go out and collect the children living on the street to let them have a few hours of learning an play in a safe environment. This area is one if the poorest ...
... 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. ...