Joe'S Bungalow

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

      Sri Lanka

      A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Dec 01, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... flag. I sort of wish they only played when their team scored as at times it seemed never ending and the fact that it was only a few feet away made my ears bleed. On the other hand though, there were great parts as they had all the Sri Lankan's up dancing by the end. I use ALL kind of loosely as the strange thing was, there were almost zero Sri Lankan women. I saw two and both were there with their husband and children and not dancing. Over the years, countless people have ...

      Day 152 - Train to Galle

      A travel blog entry by costin on Feb 28, 2014

      ... Galle and were greeted by a scrum of people at the station. By now, this was the kind of thing we could take in our stride - get off the train as best we could, find some space, get the bags on, take a deep breath and walk into the mayhem! It is only a short walk into the fort, past the cricket ground, from the train station. Even on such a short walk however, the memories from my last trip to Galle came flooding back. It was good to be back! ...

      Unawatuna/Galle Fort

      A travel blog entry by johnsmetana on Jan 24, 2014

      2 photos

      ... the fort. In brief the fort is a amazing historical one, dating back to the days of king Solomon using it to export/import his fortunes, later in the early 1600's a Portuguese influx saw it again raise in profile until in 1667 the Dutch came in and made it what is today. The fort is huge and as you guessed rather hard to get in. In it's entirety it'll take a good hour to walk its perimeter, it's advisable to do this at sunset and not in the middle of ...

      The end!!!

      A travel blog entry by dawnread101 on Aug 29, 2013

      3 photos

      ... and would thoroughly recommend backpacking to anyone... No matter what the age! However, I am looking forward to seeing glenn, a lovely cup of tea and having a good shower!
      We are just sat at the beach bar for a final few beers and dinner looking out to sea, before a taxi picks us up and takes us to the airport to start our epic journey back! The people at the hotel have given us a special table and have even built a fire for us to light because it is our last ...

      Dinner Parties, Train Sets & Stilt Fisherman

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Aug 01, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... had a 30 min stop at the local Hindu temple to leave a fruit basket offering. Both Karu and Sampath are Buddhists, so this was confusing and when I asked Karu about this he replied “the two religions are related, so that’s why we leave the offering!”


      By the time we got to Koggala, the sun was quite high and I was worried it would be too bright. But sure enough there were ten fisherman on their high stilts fishing away in a small ...