Days Inn Kandy
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Back down the bumpy road to the station we we delighted to see the sun was shining over the valley. Another delayed train and this time 3 guards looking down the track expectantly, as well as the station dog. However when the train arrived it was the new Colombo express with 12 coaches and an engine at each end. Every seat on the train was occupied …
... Buddha which is kept here in a temple and which is driven around the city every year with a wide procession of elephants and dancers. To the chagrin of Sakula this festival is commercially exploited and the best seats are sold for 100€ while Buddhism is all about selfless deeds and cleaning up your karma as much as possible. De dag begint om 8h15 met een warm groen kruidendrankje waarvan je 100 jaar wordt. Ze menen het hier wel hoor! Na de groene toverdrank krijgen ...
... with rooms seeming to be dotted all over the place, quite like a large country house. The beds did seem rather like old hospital beds and strangely enough no mossie nets. On recommendation we went to a restaurant called Slightly Chilled, which had some western foods, which was lovely and in a brilliant position being up a hill so able to overlook the lake and the city all lit up. We had walked to the hotel but got back in the Tuk Tuk which was rather expensive, partly as ...
... bombing in 1998 and a replica of the casket, containing the tooth, which is carried by a male elephant through the town during religious ceremonies. The tooth itself is only displayed to the public once in every six years, but we visited the chamber where it is held and made flower offerings to the Buddha. Buddhists believe that making offerings at Sri Dalada Maligawa will grant you wish, but unfortunately mine has already not come true - never mind, the flowers ...
... little guesthouse over looking Kandy.
As its early we decide to take up the offer of a the 'grand kandy tour' via tuk tuk for £10 per half day.
First we go to the Botanical gardens on the edge of the city, about 5 or 6 km away. This is a great way to spend an afternoon. They date back to 1300's and are spread over 147 acres (thanks Wikipedia). Its dirt cheap for Sri Lankans to get in so the place is packed with families and ...