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Sorry guys the map will not be accurate because the computer is too slow. So I will summarize the days 3-10. Day 3 visited Sigiriya rock fortress(LION ROCK)and climbed all of its 1202 steps viewing beautiful paintings still preserved in the rock. Day 4 hire some bikes and explore second ancient city of Polonnaruwa. More barefoot and bareheaded hot footing it through sacred temples and remnants of temples. In the afternoon, a mini jeep safari observing ...
... and has a kitchen area of sorts. It wasn't long before it started to rain quite hard actually, however it stopped quite quickly afterwards before once again starting. While downstairs Eddi told us to come and look at something, after being reassured it wasn't a snake we saw that there was a big lizard just outside the entry to the garden, i forget what type of lizard it is but i'd say it was a good two feet long, and was pretty gross! Not something i'd like to bump into while walking down ...
Shortly after waking I contact Rajah and he is excited to have us coming to his home for breakfast before we take the train to the next Hill Country town later in the morning.
As he is a Tuk Tuk driver, he picks us up at the local restaurant that where we met the evening before. We pile our gear in and he takes us off up the hill winding around buses only pausing long enough for him to make a show of joking with his friends on route.
On arrival at ...
... we enjoyed a lovely breakfast there before we took an exploratory walk along the main road of town where we found our first service of the day, and internet café with two decrepit computers out of which a lovely woman was trying to make a living, supplemented by offering tours by her sons on which she presumably makes a commission. Before the tsunami she had a successful bridal salon where it sounds like she did aesthetics, sold jewellery and dresses. ...
... beautiful brackish lake with a shallow tidal inlet from the sea. It quickly became apparent that we needed a boatman for the trip as we pulled into a very tiny cove amongst the mangroves on Temple Island; so called because on it there is an ancient Buddhist "temple" and monastery. In all probability it was a hermitage rather than a temple since the structure for anything approaching the size of a temple just isn’t apparent and it would have ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet