Clove Garden Kandy City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... male who lives on his own until he is in heat; then he will find the herd and a mate. The males leave the herd when they are 15 years old and begin living on their own, while the females always stay with the herd. We spent about 15 minutes watching this guy and admiring the beauty of the lake and the wildlife it supports. It was dry season and so the water level was very low. This water source provided a striking contrast between the arid brown forrest which transitioned to lush ...
... shop, of course. In the afternoon we all returned to the hotel to relax and swim. In the evening the whole group was graciously invited to Pathi's home for a home-cooked Sri Lankan meal. It was delicious! We met Pathi's lovely wife and two beautiful children. It was a wonderful ...
... culture. We got to eat out on the balcony, admiring all of the lights in the hills surrounding the lake, then walked back along the lake to our guest house.
The next morning, we got on a city bus headed out to the Peradeniya Royal Botanical Gardens, originally the royal botanical gardens of the Kandyan Kingdom and continued by the British during the colonial era. We wandered around for a few hours and ate a picnic lunch (we found a grocery ...
... witness monks prayer procession (accompanied by so e very loud drumming) before joining the pilgrimage queue for our chance to have a 4 second glance at gold casket the tooth is kept in, We also got to see some ancient text written on palm paper.the reason why Sinhalese written language is so circular is because it was easier to write on palm leaves. We next headed to Peradeniya Botanical gardens for a leisurely stroll through orchid house, and landscaped parks whilst ...
today i did the"poo run", which means collecting several wheelbarrows full of elephant dung and bring it to the factory next door that makes paper out of it. they make books, bookmarks, pencils, cards and so on with the "poo paper". all they sell are hand made of course! did not had time for a complete guided tour, but as it's next door i will definitely be back there ...