Amanda Beach Villa

Address: Dalawella, Unawatuna, Sri Lanka | Villa
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This villa is located on Dalawella, Unawatuna.
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    Travel Blogs from Unawatuna

    Unawatuna - From beach to fort

    A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Nov 12, 2014

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    From Tangalla we caught the bus west to a beach town called Unawatuna. The town is quite the contrast to Tangalla at this time of year, possibly because it's closer to Colombo and tourists don’t quite get that far. Unawatuna is a short bus trip to Galle which is a major tourist town and home to the Galle Fort which we did a couple of trips to and is a pretty cool place.

    The town had a much better feel to it, but half the beach in ...


    A travel blog entry by anna-mike on Sep 21, 2014

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    Finally we decided to move on from Arugam bay, however wanted to keep up with the beach vibe, so decided to head south to Mirissa.
    There are no direct transport links between the east & South of the Island, so we were facing a 9 hour +, 3 bus journey...
    Fortunately lots of people were in the same boat, so we managed to organised 2 other couples to share a taxi with us through a travel board at ...

    Shopping, beach and massage times

    A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on May 25, 2014

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    ... Before taking the bus to Unawatuna I had some delicious lemon sorbet as well :) We got to Unawatuna in good time as it's not that far from Galle. We had booked the hotel we were originally meant to stay in the weekend that I went to Sig. It was a lovely peaceful hostel, close enough to easily walk to the beach but far enough away that it was quiet whilst still being close to the main road. There was fish at the bottom of the stair case and a little garden as well, which added ...

    Day 153 - Beers in the Fort

    A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 01, 2014

    On our first full day in Galle, we were heading out for breakfast, when we asked Colin (a Tranmere fan from the hostel) if he wanted to go for breakfast. Little did I know, but this would spark an all day bender around Galle!

    We went to the YMBA (Young Man's Buddhist Association) as it looked like an interesting place to continue our journey into Sri Lankan food. We really wanted to try the infamous Sri Lankan hopper (a slightly sour pancake), but ...

    The next curve ball...

    A travel blog entry by mickyj.young on Feb 10, 2014

    ... I have met, is a destination yet to forge a distinguished backpacker trail and a backpacker flow to match. The country is ripe with package tourists and couples. And Russians, a whole lot of Russians. A giant leap back from the Banana Pancake trail of South-East Asia.

    I now find myself travelling solo, in a place that doesn’t really have the backpacker scene, and February is peak season. You may be asking isn’t that an ideal situation? ...