The Glen

Address: 58 Saranankara Road, Kandy, Sri Lanka | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on 58 Saranankara Road, Kandy, is near Fresco Paintings at Sigiriya Rock, Citadel of Sigiriya - Lion Rock, Galle Fort, and Sinharaja Forest Reserve.
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      Travel Blogs from Kandy

      Galle to Kandy

      A travel blog entry by smadge on Dec 17, 2014

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      ... was no sight of a toilet or indeed space to move to it. This did not stop a succession of pedlars squeezing through to sell various snacks wrapped in pieces of paper torn from used homework books. We arrived back at Colombo Fort station 2 1/2 hours later ready for the next leg of our journey into the hills. A bottle of ginger beer kept us fortified for the afternoon until our train to Kandy arrived. We had booked a super-duper deluxe carriage but although it did have ...

      Jam packed and having fun

      A travel blog entry by purpleberry on Oct 08, 2014

      ... our flaming roti rolls we realized that we had completed the whole day on nothing but a bowl of coco pops which we had for breakfast and a bottle of water...we scaled a *******ned massive rock...a world wonder on a bowl of coco pops!!....holly Molly maybe our further travels should be/could be sponsored by Kelloggs!?! Anywhoo all in all today was a massive success,I think it will be quite a while before we come down from the high of today's ...

      Ayo Bowan!

      A travel blog entry by katie-and-phil on Jul 24, 2014

      18 photos

      ... and makes it tastier for them to eat. We were told the elephants eat 250 kilograms of food every day! The large male that we saw come out of the jungle first was in heat. Our guide told us you can tell when a male is in heat because there will be "discharge" from a hole right next to his eye and you can see the water mark (almost like a tear) down the face. The frisky male made his rounds checking out all of the females, but didn't find a suitable mate while we were watching. As part ...

      Day 168 - Bus to Kandy

      A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 17, 2014

      ... everywhere shuts, so we put that idea on hold for an hour or so until the pubs opened. Instead, we went and sat by the lake for a bit and had a think about how we would approach Dambulla & Sigiriya as well as the end of our time in Sri Lanka. After our break by the lake, it was nearly time for the pubs to re-open, so we made our way up the hill to a place with views over the lake. On the way, we had yet another encounter with Sri Lankan Monkey's. We ...

      Hand feeding the orphaned elephants

      A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh on Jan 28, 2014

      42 photos

      ... around, which was brilliant. After having to be dragged away from watching the elephants, we made our way back to Kandy and visited a gem factory and shop which of course Sri Lanka is very famous for. It was interesting hearing about how they mine the gems and seeing the many different types that they do have there. The shop also had some beautiful gems and pieces of jewellery and just as I thought I might get myself some earrings, after asking the price of a very small pair ...