Kaladiya - Dambulla

Address: Raja Rata, Dambulla, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dambulla

Adam's Peak

A travel blog entry by jaseross on Mar 29, 2015

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... the day relaxing. The following day we took another bus ride back to the place where it all began, Negombo, where we would watch the sun setting on our Sri Lankan adventure. Well, we would have done had the skies not opened up with torrential downpours, thunder and lightening. In the end, it was a very dramatic end to this leg of our journey.

Farewell Sri Lanka...

'Aint No Mountain High Enough' by Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xz-UvQY ...

From One Tea- and Curry-Soaked Nation to Another

A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Feb 26, 2015

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... redeye from London 6 hours to Doha, the capital of Qatar, had a 30-minute layover (and let's be honest here- 30 minutes is all anyone ever needs in Qatar), and flew another 4 hours to the Maldives, a gorgeous island chain off the coast of India. And while on our Maldives layover, I had a thought that I can guarantee I've never thought before: "This bathroom smells like Froot Loops!" (apparently it's the scent of lemongrass. Who knew.). We then took a ...

The cultural triangle

A travel blog entry by caraemma on Nov 19, 2014

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... made us feel completely welcome and fed us extremely well with delicious home cooked Sri Lankan meals. On the day we arrived, we set about exploring the cave temples. These temples are a series of five caves which house 157 valuable images of the Buddha, and the walls and ceilings are covered in paintings done in traditional colour schemes. The following day, we jumped on another government bus and headed to the ancient city of Polonnaruwa. This city was once the capital of ...

Jungle storms, cave temples, and a bloody big rock

A travel blog entry by laurastoker on Oct 14, 2014

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... I'm glad it was Paul who saw him instead of me, as I would've freaked out! He cautiously knocked on the door to tell us that dinner was ready, perhaps aware of how unintentionally menacing one lone man in the woods when it's hammering a storm could look. The walk up to the terraced dining area was pretty epic, and eating home cooked Sri Lankan food in the thick of the jungle while the heavens roared and pattered thickly on the ground was certainly something I'll never ...

Jungle trekking in Kandalama

A travel blog entry by erinhunter4 on Sep 18, 2014

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... evening.

'To know the tradition,' our ancestors believed, 'you must live the tradition.' The surviving Lankan villages of the olden days bear amply testimony for this faith. Most villages are revived in a bid to sustain that faith. It is now possible for the modern anthropologists to understand the complexity of the traditional ancient wisdom, as the villages and traditions resurface.

Anthropologists now believe the most effective way to sustain the tradition is ...

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