Boulder Garden Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Unesco declared the Sinharaja Forest Reserve a world heritage site in 1989. We hired a local guide and left the Manor at 7:00 am. Our driver took us as close to the entrance as possible but the road was in bad shape and he doesn't have the vehicle required for these dirt roads. With 1km to go before we entered the site we got out of the car and continued by foot. The driver stayed with the car and we left with our guide, did I ...
... said to take no photos but I was so disappointed I did anyway); and c) because I spent the two intervening hours in the Denver Art Museum, which is way better. I seriously and without sarcasm recommend the Navajo shoulder blanket/poncho exhibition and the pre-Columbian rooms - they were genuinely very impressive.
 To get back to my hosts I rode a Borris bike down the Platte river to LoDo (lower downtown), casually stopping off en route at a marijuana dispensary. I ...
... even thought of smoothies and bags of nuts waiting on the passenger seat of the car. I feel very lucky.
We stayed at The Brown Palace, one of Denver's oldest and most chic hotels. Not terribly old to Brits, but ancient by American standards. Porters at the door to carry luggage, gentle piano playing in the atrium and Denver's wealthy folks swanning around... It ...
... and scops owl on way back. Climbed up one of the " mountains" with 360 view of the forest. Hot and tiring , with many leeches (good we bought leech socks) but worth it. Returned to entrance at 5 tired and hot, to cold shower and tea before dinner. Beer and gb before dinner (listening to birders list things). Good curries again with fruit. Early to ...
Got up 5.30 for deferred safari. Still drizzling off and on, but better. Did a different route - saw lots of birds esp peacock (some displaying), mongoose and jackal. Scrub of cotoneaster, acacia etc. Breakfasted with many jeeps by sea at tsunami memorial ( possibly hotel or viewing site where 40 Japanese tourists were killed ). ...