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The Bo tree is said to have grown from a cutting from the original tree that Buddha meditated beneath. It is probably the most sacred tree in existence. It has been continually tended and worshiped for 2000 years. Thousands of Sri Lankans come here every day to pray. For me this was a moving experience.
Anuradhapura was the capital of Sri Lanka for 1000 years. Home to huge Dagobas and crumbling temples, some still used as Holy places today. I embarked on a solo tour on a rickety bike as Bernard opted for the quick look and rest at the Hotel option.
Cycling was lovely despite the heat.I had a string of chatty companions involving lengthy …
The morning we left Negombo, we took a three-wheeler, a.k.a. tri-shaw or tuk tuk, the whole 40 km to Colombo. We careened through traffic, occasionally overtaking on the left, the tri-shaw tipping left with one wheel on the gravel shoulder and the other on the road. Other times huge trucks passed us with, as Dan noted, just a coat of paint between …
Cocoandsteve stayed here on Mar 3, 2011 during their trip titled: Coco and Steve's Great Adventure.
11TH NOVEMBER 2012 - We left Sigiriya after breakfast and headed for Anuradhapura (the town we can’t pronounce). It took a few hours and we stopped at a few temples along the way. Just about every time you take your shoes off at a temple you need to pay a tip to the person who looks after them. I think Troy has got to the point where tipping …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMilano Tourist Rest Anuradhapura
try not to get the rooms outside. the a/c doesnt work well at all. pretty clean. The restaurant was good, tasty curry and rice. Could get wine as well as cold beer. A quiet location and very helpful girl at counter.
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