Wadula Hotel & Restaurant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Coming close to an animal is such a privilege and should not be taken for granted.
Each jeep with the fee that one pays for the national park, gets attributed a ranger to help us spot animals. We tried to beat him to it but he was obviously trained to see very well camouflaged creatures of all kind. He could even tell us the name of butterflies flying by. The couple we spend the day with also was very nice and interesting. I don’t think this could have gone any ...
... interpretation, I really felt I was so stupid. Hahahaha. I spent almost 1hr just to find the hostel, oh my gosh it was soooo embarrasing. Hahaha. I am so happy, after the afternoon exercise, I found it. I didnt count how many tuktuk drivers offered me a ride, they were so many. Hahaha.
I stayed at The Clock Inn, this place is super clean and they got AC. I chose mixed dormitory. It was 6 bed in that room, it costs me 1.300 Rupees for 1 night. ...
... all the talented graduates capable of improving the system are leaving Sri Lanka to pursue better paid careers in the UK. He told us that professionals here experience burnout quite early on, as the system is very rigid and difficult to change, resources are scarce, and the authorities are corrupt and set in their ways. He also condescended us by saying that all we had to worry about were our first world problems, like the fact that Manchester United were in poor form since ...
... I honestly couldn't tell you anything about it.
When we got to the junction for Sigiriya we tried to hop off, but the bus was so packed we couldn't get through and the bus nearly took off again with us inside!
Thankfully Sri Lankans are friendly and helpful and everyone started yelling at the bus driver to stop, and Indica and Bart had already gotten our bags out of the back and were waiting with a pile of backpacks by the side of the ...
... the road with tourists on their backs while we were having diner.
The next morning (9 April), we went to visit the Sigiriya historic site, another Unesco site. This was one of the most expensive entrance we had to pay for during our trip ($30 per person), quite shocking to climb on top of a rock even if of historical importance (especially as the price for Sri Lankans was 39 times less; Jason was not impressed!). Nethertheless we braved the heat (glad ...