Travel Blogs from Sri Lanka

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Tea Estates of the hill country, Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka travel blog

Tea Estates of the hill country

A travel blog entry by warren.limbert

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  17Th Jan.      We had asked around and found out there was a direct bus to our next destination, Nuwara Eliya (pronounced Nureliya ). This bus left at 10 AM and was to get to Nureliya about five and a half hours later. So we duly ...

Sri Lanka, Colombo, Sri Lanka travel blog

Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by andyandzak

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Sri Lanka was the perfect antidote to hectic Hong Kong - incredible Buddhist caves, elephants wandering around the jungle, huge aligator-like lizards everywhere, and the odd 6 foot snake slithering accross the highway (hmm, not our favourite aspect of the ...

Galle Fort, Unamatuna, Sri Lanka travel blog

Galle Fort

A travel blog entry by timscott23

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... Galle - pretty dramatic stuff.  The Galle cricket ground was badly damaged, but today we saw a game there between the England and Sri Lanka under 19 teams.   Next time we are in Sri Lanka we will stay in the Fort for a while - and learn some ...

Leaving paradise, Unawatuna, Sri Lanka travel blog

Leaving paradise

A travel blog entry by surfy_sarah

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... had my last rice & curry today & now looking forward to pad thai & green chicken curry! I will say one thing though.........I'll definitely come back to Sri Lanka at some point. It's such a magical place & really gets under your ...

3rd Stop - Rest at the hotel in Bentota, Bentota, Sri Lanka travel blog

3rd Stop - Rest at the hotel in Bentota

A travel blog entry by venoth

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   Reached the hotel quite late, almost night. We just had out bath and had dinner at the hotel itself which was inclusive of the tour package. Then we just lazed around in the resort and also utilized the club facilities available there. We ...

Elephant Safari, Dambulla, Sri Lanka travel blog

Elephant Safari

A travel blog entry by offonourown2

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Jagath whisked us off to our next stop - Minneriya National Park.  With the promise of hundreds of elephants waiting for us, we pessimistically set off on safari. We are not always very lucky with these safaris. All the ones we had done so far; ...

Adam's Peak, Dalhousie, Sri Lanka travel blog

Adam's Peak

A travel blog entry by trent

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Sri Pada, Samanalakanda, Butterfly Mountain, also known as Adam's Peak, this is THE climb to make while visiting Sri Lanka.  The steep mountain has attracted all types, whether you're a mere traveler, an explorer, a pilgrim, or even a king.  Why ...

Hikkaduwa, where proportion takes a holiday, Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka travel blog

Hikkaduwa, where proportion takes a holiday

A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip

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... but cheese sandwiches. The first meal he had was so spicy that he ran around the restaurant flapping his arms and speaking in tongues. 'Mild' in Sri Lanka is just a matter of proportion like everything else here, I think it means 'won't melt your head'. ...

Buses, temples and a lot of climbing!!, Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka travel blog

Buses, temples and a lot of climbing!!

A travel blog entry by gos201

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... have for their religion. It really is impressive.   We biked on to Ruwanamweli Dagoba next - built following an ancient war in sri lanka, to show the leaders remorse for killing so many people. It is the oldest stupa in Sri Lanka and is 295ft tall ...

Day 28 Explorer of the Seas, Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka travel blog

Day 28 Explorer of the Seas

A travel blog entry by suemeisenhelter

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... Indian Ocean. Our position is roughly 6 degrees north latitude and 80 degrees east longitude. We sailed so close to the island nation of Sri Lanka that we could easily see it. It was only a few miles off our port side. We are working very hard at doing ...

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