Kaladiya - Dambulla

Address: Raja Rata, Dambulla, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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Rock Temples

A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Jul 03, 2015

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... everywhere else, no shoes, not hats, no knees and absolutely NO having your photograph taken with you r back to Buddha. I'm quite serious, if you get caught doing this [the photo] you risk arrest as most of the ticket collection staff are police - happens to tourists every year. I thin its only second to having a visible tattoo of Buddha on display [that warrants arrest and ...


A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on May 27, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... below us! We heard some local musicians and dancers during the lunch; then, a bagpiper! This kid had a goal of playing his bagpipe in every country of the world ( everyone to their own goals, I guess). After lunch, we were to visit the most famous rock cut church, St George's. It is carved as a (real ) cross; however, when we got there, it started to rain. Our guide, Linda, and a couple others made a run for the church;the rest of us made a run for the bus. It ...


A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on May 24, 2015

3 comments, 6 photos

... with a long civil war with the Tamil (Tigers) which are a group representing about five percent of the population which seeks independence. Currently, there is a cease fire. The other notoriety the island had was a tsunami which killed over 32,000 people in 2004. We landed in the Capitol, Columbo, but quickly transferred to twenty-two seat helicopters for a ride to Dambulla where we will stay. It really wasn't very quick as we had to enter an air force base to get ...

From One Tea- and Curry-Soaked Nation to Another

A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Feb 26, 2015

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... 1pm, and set off for another curry lunch (Sri Lankans eat curry for nearly every meal). We then visited Dambulla's UNESCO site- the Cave Temples. Now, while the cave's entrance featured a slightly off-putting carnival funhouse esthetic (no joke, you enter through a clown-like mouth), these amazing 2,000-year-old cave temples featured priceless antique artwork. However, to reach them, the caves were a sweltering staircase hike up to the top of ...

Are we there yet?

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Nov 29, 2014


... which was full of damp and the largest beetle seen since Kuala Besut back in Malaysia, by about 8.30am. Then the fun started as we tried to find the bus to Dambullah, out of a zillion buses all honking or reversing dangerously in the tiny Kandy bus station. We asked several people and got several different answers. In the end we prompted for one battered old wreck, paid a stupidly small fare (17p each) and headed off. ...

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