Kaladiya - Dambulla
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... packed one. The hotel we were staying at offered us a tour package, where a driver would take us around to various different places. The first stop was a spice garden, where we got to see many well known spices growing in their natural form. These included cloves, cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg and pepper...and we were quite surprised at our lack of knowledge as to how these spices were grown! For instance, cinnamon is cultivated from the bark of certain trees, while nutmeg is ...
... Jacqueline about the problems in the area whilst 5 elephants looked on from the other side of the 'tank' (lake) nearby.
filim crew and photographers departed so we were then able to go back to the tank and take a slightly closer look at the elephants that had come to check out the events of the day.
Back at the field house we all sat down and they explained a bit more of the issues in detail to me before we had dinner and some ...
... as not only was there very little shade, but all we could think of was the walk back down. When fighting the desire to have a whinge, I had to keep reminding myself that seeing this epic view with the loveliest boy I know in such a beautiful country really wasn't such a bad thing.
Having treated ourselves to a tuk tuk, we arrived in our next destination, Dambulla, for a cheap bakery lunch before embarking on the next part of our adventure. We had a ...
We all were just mesmerised by them and i'm afraid we took rather a lot of photos!
If you like elephants you will enjoy our album here.
What a day!
Back at our Hotel we got an early night as we had an early start the next day to see ...
... The guy start explaining about today and offered El a tour. That guy said he is working at one of the 5 star Hotel in Colombo and he has just finished working this morning. Then the guy stopped one tuk-tuk and ask El to come along with him and he promised El that he will drop El to the Railway Station. El went around with this guy, then they went to the Railway Station. El was really shocked... the tuk-tuk costs 6.600 Rupees, the guy was asking to pay ...
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