Days Inn Kandy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 600 metres above sea level. Busy, bustling town plus a pretty lake to stroll around with large leafy trees for shade. The lake is a good place for spotting wildlife - large warans and terrapins (check photos!) as well as plenty of birds (particularly cormorants and various herons/egrets) with large nesting colonies in some of the trees on the far side of the lake. Only problem, watch out for the "caca" under those trees. Also, on the way ...
... it rather struggled to impress. It was trying hard but a bottle of free water and a hand wipe seemed to be the only included frills, oh and the showing of a rather violent movie with no sound. Still the seat was comfy and there was a loo and it was cool and the journey was beautiful. Kandy station was predictably chaotic but a Tuc Tuc driver shoved all our bags into his trusty machine and we were off to Sharonn Inn. The driver seemed reluctant to leave us hanging about ...
... so we tucked our tops into our trousers and our trousers into our pulled up socks, trend setters! The map we were given didn't exactly correspond to the paths in front of us so after a few wrong turns and a good couple of hours walking we made our way back. The forest was so lush and green, a Mexican wave of cicadas would wash over us every now and then and monkeys would crash in the canopy above us and run across our path. We were nearly at the end of the walk when I grabbed Paul ...
... our flaming roti rolls we realized that we had completed the whole day on nothing but a bowl of coco pops which we had for breakfast and a bottle of water...we scaled a *******ned massive rock...a world wonder on a bowl of coco pops!!....holly Molly maybe our further travels should be/could be sponsored by Kelloggs!?! Anywhoo all in all today was a massive success,I think it will be quite a while before we come down from the high of today's ...
... male who lives on his own until he is in heat; then he will find the herd and a mate. The males leave the herd when they are 15 years old and begin living on their own, while the females always stay with the herd. We spent about 15 minutes watching this guy and admiring the beauty of the lake and the wildlife it supports. It was dry season and so the water level was very low. This water source provided a striking contrast between the arid brown forrest which transitioned to lush ...