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... think we thought, well we have to leave tomorrow and the bed is at least comfortable (that accounts for the second night), so we stayed. As we left we did say to the owner what we thought about the room, and that unless she dried it out properly she was going to have real problems, both with guests and the room itself.
It would seem that Sri Lanka does not want us to leave, the problems we are having getting back to Colombo are quite amusing, with ...
... extra bright, put me in mind of a badly adjusted TV set! Lots of mangy dogs.... do not touch! We were greeted at our five star hotel by a troupe of traditional dancers with accompanying drummers all dressed in Traditional costumes. We felt very special. Exhaustion was setting in as locally it was only 4.30pm and our watches said 11.00pm.
Early start yesterday off in an old train with lovely ...
... single day experience as I had such a short time in Colombo before I head out to Langkawi and it's not always easy getting around by yourself here.
Praki was great and came up with about 3 options and I chose the elephant orphanage about 80 kms from Colombo. We decided to train it, which ended up 2 hrs in a rough old red rattler, travelling backwards. We ended back up near Kandy.
By the time we got there I was feeling decidedly "off" either from a bug ...
A tragic nights sleep with cramps a plenty and a periodically erupting volcano in the bathroom made the 5am departure rather difficult. We both got very little sleep and the 30 minute ride to Yale national park was a quiet one. We had the vehicle to ourselves,a driver plus a guide which slightly justified the higher price tag, still though a lot was riding on the safari to get our money's worth. The ticket entry into the park is an absolute shambles and whilst we ...
... of-the-art hiking gear but this is not mandatory. Here is a list of things that we found necessary and handy during the entirety of the hike.
- Leach socks/Lots of Sidhdhalepa or any other leach repellant
- Biker gloves/Full-finger gloves (Optional)
- Thick cotton socks
- Flexible, used yet good-soled shoes
- Light and preferably used cotton trousers
- Water and snacks such as biscuits, chocolates etc
- Woolly warm clothing and ...