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... Kingsley has scrupulously adhered to speed limits, sometimes driving painfully slowly and encouraging us to see as much of the beautiful countryside as we can, even stopping for us to take photos when we don't want to. So today we tell him not to spare the horses and he puts his foot down to get us there in super-quick time.
The name Kandy means mountain and we climb up 1760 ft above sea level, crossing the bridge into the city by lunchtime, and driving up above ...
... a place to eat and then stay for the evening. We stopped the "Muslim Restaurant" for more spicy curry. I was determined to improve my ability to eat with my hands. Naan and curry in India is one thing... But rice and Dahl in Sri Lanka is another completely different technique. It involves mashing up the flavourful sauce, incorporating other spices and pastes that are on the side, the rice and then the meat that you've ripped off the bone. Once mashed, you ...
... table laid out with all sorts of wonderful Sri Lankan dishes and we even pushed the boat out and had a bottle of wine.There were musicians singing cheesy love songs at the table too. Perfect! The next day we went off to explore Kandy. It is a large town in the middle of the island and is a tourist hot spot famous for its dancing. There is a large picturesque lake in the middle of the town and next o it, is the Temple of ...
Woke early to catch the 7am Colombo to Kandy train. As promised as we drew closer to the Hill Country we saw some beautiful scenery (the photos don't do it justice). The day was jam-packed and included a visit to a tea factory, a herb and spice garden, a jewellery factory and shop, a tea plantation, the Bahiravokanda Vihara Buddha statue ...
... guy. He took us to an amazing local restaurant to have doosas. Big pieces of flatbread, there was a tiny old many walking around with buckets of daal and coco it paste that her would slop on your plate. We ate with our hands and were served delicious masala chai....awesome. Then we all went to a really beautiful bar for a few drinks. It was really interesting talking to the local guy. He was retuning to Kandy to live, he too so much pride in his city. Talking to him ...