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TravelPod Member ReviewsLake Bungalow Kandy
Really nice clean room and very friendly owners. Shame they don't do food though
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... the round and they jumped into action getting
cardiac monitoring going and taking observations. The trolley was then casually
wheeled over by a nurse who riffled through the contents until they found some
calcium gluconate and insulin + dextrose to put up. It must be so stressful
finding the kit you need in a proper emergency! Speaking to the local medical
students, they are often asked to perform the basic life support when a patient
arrests. All the UK crash calls ...
... down the path. It did not treat us as well going down as it had going up though, I fear to say. The winds caught at us, as if beckoning us back or threatening to toss us into the air. However we made it back to the king and back to our ship. I genuinely felt sorrow to leave this place, but I knew my journey was going to be ending soon and I had seen all I could in this detour. The thought did not lighten my heavy heart. ...
The weather had been excellent for the rest of the trip, but in Kandy on the way through to Sigiriya and on the way back through to Colombo there was torrential rain.
The town is famous for having a tooth from the mouth of Lord Buddha. But the rain meant survival rather than dental-religious tourism was the number one priority.
The area around the train/bus stations was probably the most chaotic place that I had seen in Sri ...
Upon leaving the park we drove up into the "Hill Country". In the middle of Sri Lanka there is an elevated area with a few tall peaks . This area is known for having a lot of tea plantations. The climb up was beautiful. It reminded us of the Morettes region near our home in Brazil. There were lots of rivers with beautiful waterfalls and vast forests full of tropical trees. In fact Sri Lanka reminds ...
... up mouth-sized portions into little balls on the tips of your right fingers. That "ball" is then helped into your mouth by flicking it off your fingers with your thumb and gracefully all the bits end up in your mouth. Riiiight. This takes practice and the locals enjoy watching you manage the process with the precision of a 3 year old. Now with a full belly and a place to stay in the cultural capital of Sri Lanka ($17/night for the 2 of us) we sourced tickets to ...