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... its original place and the fortress became a monastery.
It is a 660 foot climb to the top! We were working hard to get to the top. After three weeks of being driven around in a vehicle, it was hard for us to walk and climb!!!! At the beginning, a guide came up and wanted us to hire him. We politely said no and started walking. At several strategic locations along the route were more guides. As we would walk towards a side area off of the main ...
... for 1000 Sri Lankan Rupees. We may consider it when we go to Sigiriya.
On the way to the caves, there are dozens of touts who desperately want to sell us stuff at inflated prices. Kim looked, but did not buy!
The Cave Temples date to the first century BC. There are five caves in all. Three are very old and two are about a hundred years or so old. In 1938, an arched walkway was added to the temples. In each temple, there are plaster statues of the Buddha ...
... Bandaranayake, Colombo Airport. I took few pictures of the airport before I enter the gate. I checked in and I still have 1.400 rupees in my wallet. I exchanged 1.300 rupees and I got 9$. I should have changed 1.400 rupees so I can get 10$, but because I collect money from every country that I have been visited, I saved 100 rupees. Until now I am still thinking, why didnt changed all 1.400 rupees? Regret always at the end, hahaha.
I was about ...
... that illuminate the crumbling steps on the way up. Although exhausting, particularly with the increase in altitude, the whole experience was hugely atmospheric. Unfortunately, the top of the mountain was so shrouded in mist that when we reached the summit we were not able to enjoy sunrise over the beautiful landscape. Instead, all we had to show for our toil were legs that felt like they were made of jelly, which made the walk back down the mountain rather precarious. Still, ...
... but for me it was a symbol of a fresh day with a new found outlook and it became one of the most memorable sunrises as of yet. As the sun rises the shadow of the mountain is cast into a valley. It is a perfect triangle and I thought it was another mountain until I over heard done other travelers talking about it. Once the sun was up the ceremony started. There was chanting, a parade and a lot of praying. It was fascinating, I usually feel uncomfortable watching ...