Wadula Hotel & Restaurant

Sigiriya Road, Kibissa, Sigiriya, 21120, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sigiriya Road, Kibissa, Sigiriya.
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    Travel Blogs from Sigiriya

    The Trip Story in Sri Lanka

    A travel blog entry by roythexplorer on Jun 11, 2014

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    ... 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. ...

    Chapter 4: Where Toby can't think of a witty title

    A travel blog entry by tobyhb on May 22, 2014

    ... of Sir Alex Ferguson, whilst he was stuck managing a huge caseload of desperately poor patients. Whilst what he said was true to an extent, I got the feeling he was trying hard to appear as a martyr.

    It also became apparent throughout the day that his approach, whilst probably more progressive than in much of Sri Lanka, was still archaic, and relied heavily on a medical model of mental health that in the UK is now seen as outdated. Everything is diagnosed ...

    Sigiriya

    A travel blog entry by kyley on Apr 28, 2014

    63 photos

    ... the pool.

    Now is probably time to explain that the frescoes (paintings) he had commissioned to decorate the rock were of 500 topless women.
    So when he sat by his pool he had 500 topless un-moving un-speaking women joining him.
    Hmm.

    Pre and post-fortress, the rock was used by monks who meditated in caves around the rock.

    Post-fortress, the monks had to remove all of the wall paintings because they found it too ...

    Sigiriya and Dambulla

    A travel blog entry by tomandgem on Mar 22, 2014

    15 photos

    ... Dambulla caves, another World Heritage Site. It was another up hill climb to the Rock Temple but it was worth it. There were five caves in total, each containing various statues of Buddha. The only part that we did not enjoy was having to remove our shoes, only to be met with a scorching stone floor between us and the caves! The Golden Temple was also a spectacle as there is an extremely large Buddha statue on the top.
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    Day 170 - Lion Rock

    A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 19, 2014

    ... It was ridiculously good value, coming to £1 for food and drink for both of us! We spent a chilled out afternoon at the hotel before another dinner of rice and curry cooked by our hostesses. We opted for chicken curry this time, which meant we got a similar selection of vegetable curries to the day before, but accompanied by some delicious fried chicken. There were even more curries than the night before and I didn't even know what some of the vegetables were, it was quite a ...