Days Inn Kandy
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... would cause painful rashes if it had crawled on to his skin.
Other than swooping bats and vicious caterpillars it's a delightful and peaceful place that we have almost to ourselves. We wander on to the suspension bridge over the Mahaweli river, stroll down the Royal Palm Avenue and through the Memorial Garden, with trees planted by visiting dignitaries such as Neil Armstrong, Yuri Gagarin, Marshal Tito, Prince Mikasa ...
This entry won't take long because there is not much to say about Kandy. Besides the temple of the tooth, which we didn't get admitted to due to Liza showing too much skin and there being no saris for hire, there appears to be just a small bustling city that is full of the usual Sri Lankan city hassle. By far the best thing about Kandy was the train ride here which became more and more spectacular (we're up in the hills) as the journey continued. I would ...
... contradiction with the capitalist knowledge society from Western Europe where everybody always wants more. What is the point of going to college, get a good job and start a family when tomorrow it can all be over and you cannot focus on the future but only on today? Sakula betekent overigens hogere klasse. Van de 60 klassen in Sri Lanka valt de familie waar we verblijven in de 3e hoogste. Het hele klassensysteem is een beetje achterhaald want iemand die alle rijkdom ...
... safe to say this has been an awesome experience. You climb though the national park on a relatively easy trail, as you round the corner to worlds end, the vista is breathtaking. As I said an awesome and unforgettable experience. The walk is around 3.5 hours We return to the hotel, rest, clean up,and meet for high tea. Followed by an fabulous Thai meal in the hotel. Another tough day in Sri ...
... the fourth century ad, one of his teeth was smuggled to Sri Lanka hidden in the hair of a princess. The tooth was moved many times over the years to other ancient cities in Sri Lanka and for a brief time India stole it back. But it now lies in the tooth relic chamber within the temple of the tooth. To my dismay, the public is not allowed to actually see the tooth.. It is reserved only for important political and religious leaders. ...