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Travel Blogs from Sigiriya
... and keep holding the rails. It may be hard for people with acrophobia. Still, the Lion Rock was amazing and I fully enjoyed views from the top of the rock.
On my way back, I met a nice Spanish couple from a town near Basque Country and enjoyed talking about our trips. After I left them at the bus stop, I had a trouble.There was a car waiting for a tourist going to Dambulla. They also offered me a ride ...
... a huge herd of elephants, around sixty in total that we could count. Babies and momma's and general elephant behaviour. It was start of something really exciting that had been laying in wait for most of my life being that elephants are my favourite animal. Seeing them in the wild is pretty special and I literally could have sat there all day watching them. The next morning was day one of the bike tour with a meeting at 7am and then getting straight on the bikes for a day trip. ...
... King. He decided to encourage the son of the King - the prince if you will - to turn against him in order to steal the throne. Ultimately, Kingy ended up getting buried alive which then ticked off the King's other son who then vowed to reap revenge on his brother. The Prince then ran up a rock, turfed out some monks, built a palace and surrounded himself with a bevy of beauties. This is, of course, legend but the rock does seem to bear a lot of evidence of this story (palaces ...
... 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">On our way to the guest house we stopped by a street food stall to get some hoppers, but I have to say they were not as nice as what we had with Isu the night before.
The guest house, Sirigi Holiday Inn is great, it is calm, quiet, in a good location between Dambulla and Sigiriya, and it is fairly cheap too ($19 ...
... y area, past an old temple and clambered over more rocks. We saw the cobra hood cave - well, it's a rock almost the shape of a cobra.... And of course an obligatory row of souvenir stalls on the way out. I loved the rock! We headed back to the road to wait for the bus. Didn't have long to wait before one rolled by. Slowly. And we carried on going very slow for a while. So it took us about 50 Minutes return to Dambulla. But this time were charged 35 for the ...
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