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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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... rainy, damp and cold evening, theres nothing like a swig of home made czech booze made from plums to warm the belly! They were hilarious and we had a really good time together. It wasn't long before I had adopted the nickname Fiona. It was cute. I was their princess! lol By the third day, the guys and I managed to get in a couple hours of sights. We toured around the lake, through the one and really only big sight, the Tooth Relic temple, where a tooth from Buddha is ...
... papadams (sometimes with mango chutney). The plate ends up as a mishmash of the lot and so far they’ve all been delicious.
We only spend 1 night in Kandy and then headed off on our 3 day/2 night tour of the cultural triangle before returning back to Kandy for an additional night. On our second night we arrived late in the afternoon and left early the next morning. Again, we didn't take many photos in Kandy, but mainly on the way.
... points we were convinced that we could see the lights at the top (that God for that!) but it turned out to be other climbers' flashlights (mother effers). But you'll be pleased to know, that three hours after we set off, we made it! And what an anticlimax it was haha. We were met with grey concrete box, which I guess would usually be open selling hot drinks and breakfasts, that blocked a lot of the view, as the very top was shut due to it being out of season. That said, it was quite ...
... the violent history, Bahirawa Kandha is now a Buddhist worshipping site with a temple and a giant statue of the Lord Buddha.
Located 6 kilometers to the West from Kandy, the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens is one of the most beloved tourist attractions in the area. Created by the king Keerthi Sri Rajasinghe, the garden was designed to be a royal pleasure garden exclusive for kings, queens and the royal court. Today, the gardens are open to the ...
... two seconds a different camera and a different student was having a photo with us, felt like I was being papped! Probably the closest I will ever come to being papped apart from the three Chinese boys in Colombo that told me I was a superstar (lol). My head has grown five times larger from being in the minority here haha. We ran a musical therapy session at Community Psychology this week. The place we volunteer at has asked us to do these sessions to give ...