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Travel Blogs from Sigiriya
... ticket. But everything changed after he sent the pictures of Unawatuna Beach to his gf. She said she is coming to Sri Lanka and meet him there. So Joy is extending the room and he stays in Galle until his gf comes.
My other new roomate is a Turkish guy that we met yesterday in Galle Railway Station. We didnt know where to go and what to do exactly but this was gathered us. Little bit story about El, He lives in Phuket for the last 2 years, he ...
... dimensional this approach is.
Another thing that was particularly interesting is the complete lack of patient confidentiality in Sri Lanka. Patients are wheeled out in their backgardens in front of 15 of us white people, where the psychiatrist would stand behind them with his hands on their shoulders and tell us "what was wrong with them". It was astonishing. He even introduced us to a young woman, pointed at the burn scars on her face and asked us "what are ...
... things. You can also get glimpses of what some of the guides are saying as well. After the gardens you pass from some large rocks with some caves, which reminded me of Bringham rocks in Yorkshire, where we spent plenty of time as kids, before climbing up a narrow metal spiral staircase with impressive views. It is surrounded by a cage and is probably nicer steps than climbing up Ashridge Monument. At the top of these steps you reach a cave with very ...
... first but ended up being great to see the elephants walk towards the lake in single file.
He counted the elephants as they strolled out and made us pose for more photos.
When all the elephants had filed by, we headed to the lake to see the birds and sit peacefully by the lake for a while.
Bart really wanted to see a crocodile, but unfortunately since it was so hot they were all in the lake and the most we were able to see was ...
... 8211; one of the few occasions in Sri Lanka where I
experienced food that was truly flavorful with a heavy dose of local spices –
banana flower curry, jackfruit curry, chicken and fish curries that actually
had some taste! It’s terrible how what is supposed to be one of the world’s
spiciest cuisines is so dumbed down and made insipid for the pathetic tastebuds
of westerners. The majority of my fellow travelers, all Brits, hated it!