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... their mother, leapt for me. I mean full on jumped me. Or at least tried to; I managed to scarper just in time, with ever Sri Lankan local pointing and laughing at me as I stumbled up towards the temple in vague terror of contracting rabies! Again I removed my shoes, and went in through the female entrance to the temple grounds. After a peek around and some chill time listening to Buddhist monk chants, I left to head over to another temple nearby. Or at least ...
... to give tours and explanations of the area for a price, everything was a flash of wealth. Dont get me wrong it was stunning and represents a very important part of sri lankan history. Its just frustrating to see time and time again people who have nothing scrimp and save to put gold on a statue or a plate of rice in a shrine. Its irrational and illogical. I could go on for hours about my opinion and reasons for my distrust of organized religion but ...
... br> years from 380 B.C. onwards, and became an important religious center as well
when Sri Lanka adopted Buddhism. It is a huge sprawling complex of archaeological
and architectural wonders included enormous dagobas, brick towers, ancient
pools, and crumbling temples. Our bus took us to numerous sites spread through
a large area. I didn’t write down the name or significance of each dagoba and
temple, so I can’t get very specific ...
... each other from spot to spot to avoid burning our feet! The coveted award for 'our best rice and curry in Sri Lanka' was won this week by a tiny hotel (which, confusingly, means restaurant not hotel!) on an arid peninsula north of Colombo. Rice and curry is, as you have already guessed, rice with a selection of veggie curries. At our favourite spot rice and curry lunch was a sort of all you can eat warfare; a mental and physical endurance test for both your taste buds and ...
... us to the city and help us to find some bikes. I started to realize that the owner simply didnīt feel comfortable talking to me because Iīm a girl!
At 9.00 we stopped under a tree by the road where a group of guys was renting bikes. We chose two of them, paid RS 400 per bike (per day) and left.
Before we started our bike trip we knew only a little bit about Anuradhapura. We decided to visit this town, located 200 km to the north-east of ...