No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Slightly Chilled
TripAdvisor Reviews Slightly Chilled Dalhousie
Travel Blogs from Dalhousie
... was first constructed during the reign of King Vattagamini Abhaya ( 103BC and 89-77BC)
• Named as a World Heritage Site in 1991.
• Contains a rock hewn 14 metre statue of Lord Buddha
• The largest and well preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka
• Paintings and statues inside the cave are connected to Lord Buddha. A total of 153 Buddha statues, 4 statues of gods and goddesses and 3 statues of Sri Lankan ...
... typing this story in my cell phone. I know I am not good enough as a blogger, but I just want to express my feeling and experience, so one day when I see and read this posting, it sends me back to where I was :)
The train has just left Panadora Railway Station, I still have question in my mind is the train going to stop at Bampalapitiya Railway Station? I have checked the cheap room on the internet, I found one. It is located about 200 ...
... see such formidable creatures in the wild, and although you perhaps do not get as close as you might in a zoo, nothing can compare to seeing them free to roam in their natural habitat. Add to this the fact that many tourists can spend days at Yala without seeing a single leopard, and we felt very lucky to see five in one day.
Exhausted from the all-day safari, our bed was tempting, but we decided to get a tuk-tuk to nearby Kataragama, to watch the evening temple ceremony ...
... and a few selfies to try and capture everything to remember it. On the way back down someone had pointed out some wild elephants which you could just about see as some blackish shapes, pretty amazing. One of the staircases on the way down had a lot of monkeys on it, which was slightly scaring at first as never too sure if they will try and take anything so I did wait for a few other people before going down, but all was fine and I managed to take some photos. After I ...
... fruit stall! Slightly mixed feelings as it did have chains around its legs, but then I suppose that they have to be be controlled when in public and it's not dissimilar to us using tack on horses, etc. the other girls found the chains harder, but it looked happy from what I could see, was eating and had no visible sores from the chains, was just nice to see one as well. That afternoon we had hired a minibus, as we had decided that we would watch the sunrise on top of Adams ...