Kaladiya - Dambulla

Raja Rata, Dambulla, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Raja Rata, Dambulla.
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The Trip Story in Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by roythexplorer on Jun 11, 2014

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... Before I left Indonesia, I have exchanged money for MYR and USD. I have 100 MYR with me. I bought a cup of Hot Milo and enjoying the free wi-fi (as always, looking for free wi-fi wherever I go) lol. I spent 4 hours at Seven Eleven, and I slept 2hours only. I need to keep my backpack and camera.

Woke up at 6am, I walked to Pasar Seni Station and bought Monorail ticket to KL Sentral. It was silly, I thought I was leaving at 11:55hrs but it was ...

Turtles, leopards, pujas and food poisoning

A travel blog entry by tobyhb on May 27, 2014

... over and protect the hatching sites, thus not only providing their families with a living wage, but also protecting and conserving the turtle eggs. We arrived at around 7.30pm, and almost immediately there were reports of a turtle on the beach, so we set off down to see it.

Under a perfectly clear night sky, with the moon and stars shining bright, we finally got to the enormous turtle (about two metres in length), frantically digging a nesting hole at a desperately slow ...

Sigiraya Rock - a real Game of Thrones story.

A travel blog entry by deetour on May 25, 2014

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... day and tourists, we got up at dawn and drove by 7 am to the rock. It is an amazing place and a Unesco World heritage listing for good reason. He became King Kassapa and denounced Buddhism but was obviously terrified of capture, this is obvious by the fact he had 2 moats surrounding the citadel, an outer large moat, complete with crocodiles and guards posted around the perimeter 24/7 and an inner moat sans crocodiles.
We walked through ...

Chapter 3: Where a monkey steals Toby's shirt

A travel blog entry by tobyhb on May 22, 2014

... pay local entry price with our resident visas, we began weaving through the monkeys and up the steps to the cave temples themselves. We worked our way from the tiny cave 5 to the spectacular cave 2. Each cave contained wall and ceiling paintings and rows upon rows of buddha statues of varying sizes, punctuated by mini-stupas and tables upon which pilgrims lay flowers. There is a repetitive and excessive nature to the paintings and statues that capture the intense ...

The view from the top is always the same

A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Mar 30, 2014

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... me to see all the sights. He told me that he knew the area so well and that of I could ask him to take me to a place he's never brought a tourist before he'd take me around free (he had already agreed to take,me just for the cost of petrol as it was) so I told him I wanted to go go the dump! He laughed.... But I was serious. so my free day started with a trip to the world famous rock temple. As per usual it was a long climb ...

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