Paradise Road Tintagel Colombo
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... no beer shops open and little of anything else. Anyway he took us past cricket ground, museum etc etc and then charged us $20 when it should have been $15 cut his nose off despite his face as we would have used him more if he wasn't a rip off merchant! People like him leave a bad taste in your mouth. At least we got to make a booking at the Ministry of Crab for tomorrow night which will be awesome. Now relaxing in room cause it is middle of the day and ...
... breakfast in a nearby coffee place we wanted to visit. 440 Rupee which is 2,5€ for the three of us for some pastries and coffee. We visit some temples, monuments, the harbor, the railway station, some more temples, a lake, ... When he drops us of at a gem stone sales center we know it is time to finalize the trip. He has convinced us that the train is not the best way to travel to Kandy, ok it is only 2€ per person in first class but the trains are old and the tracks ...
... than we did as they spun off statistics about bowlers and batters. There isn't much variety in Sri Lankan food (Curry, rice and rotti) and it's hard to find a fulfilling meat dish as a lot of people here are vegetarians because of their religious beliefs so by the end of the 2 weeks we were ready for a good pub grub meal, in saying that the food every time has been so yum and cheap. We look forward to coming back to do some serious surfing one day in the ...
... no doctor in England could solve. Kandy is a big city and we had some fun nights out with travellers we met here. Two Dutch girls joined us for drinks in a local bar, they had some of the local men very exited since they are not used to seeing women in a bar and these women were wearing shorts! I enjoyed the botanical garden and the ‘flying dogs’, thousands of massive bats is definitely something not to miss, we saw them in the botanical gardens, but many on the way ...
... is written off!!!! First stop was the National Museum, loads of history dating way back, some to the 8th century. More touring round the city and then a stop at Ganaramaya temple a Buddhist temple with like a Sunday school with it full of kids studying. We had a look round here then off through the city again and to the National Exhibition centre where we had a refreshment break. We got a local beer, Lion lager which was very nice. Also a stop ...