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... Triangle (see next blog entry) which would start and end back in Kandy. The daily cost of which was almost half than that of the offer from Sam, lesson learned.
By far the best part of Kandy was the food. After finding this awesome food blog from another traveller on the internet we got a good idea of the foods we wanted to try and this was our first decent opportunity since arriving.
Kandy was full of ...
... that arrogant and makes a deal with the manager. For 40€ we get the best table on the first floor including all you can eat and drink for 2 people. We are there stationed from 16h with the 4 of us and the ceremony starts only at 20h... So actually we are nearly as crazy as the locals. Sri Lankees trekt een beetje op het gebrabbel dat je hoort tijdens veilingen wanneer mensen veel te snel spreken! Het wachten duurt tot 21h maar dan barst het spektakel los. ...
... and serene place.
Even better they were lovely and cool and a great place to escape from the heat of the midday sun for a while.
A ginormous cave had been partitioned into 5 separate caves each with Buddhas in. They were really beautiful and we were so glad we had not missed them afterall.
Ok so time to move on again. Jagath has suggested another safari. This time to see elephants!
... dance/cultural show. Then back to the hotel for dinner and few drinks. If I had to pick one location in Sri Lanka to visit again it would definitely be the mountain region around Lake Gregory. Absolutely spectacular, climate is cooler and it is a much prettier area. It was worth the hill climb for the day before. No riding to moor, we have a few short tours of Kandy, then we are free to roam the markets. Bye for now.....J and ...
... of a path nodded at by those around me? Would I sacrifice freedom for security? When I board a plane, wandering off into a life that seems to lure me away from tradition and common sense, am I running away from something, or towards it?
Motivation isn’t an easy thing to pin down. I’ve spent 4 years of my life struggling beyond that picket line; working my way across oceans and continents hoping the fringes in our lawns will blur into obscurity. ...