Eden Garden Hotel

Address: Sigiriya Road, Sigiriya, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sigiriya Road, Sigiriya.
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      Are we there yet?

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Nov 29, 2014


      ... which was full of damp and the largest beetle seen since Kuala Besut back in Malaysia, by about 8.30am. Then the fun started as we tried to find the bus to Dambullah, out of a zillion buses all honking or reversing dangerously in the tiny Kandy bus station. We asked several people and got several different answers. In the end we prompted for one battered old wreck, paid a stupidly small fare (17p each) and headed off. ...

      Elephant Safari

      A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... popular with the staff and unpopular with the girls. Half way to the park we came to an abrupt stop to find a number of elephants feeding right by the roadside. As we moved off we found more. Amazing. Travelling on to the park, we paid our way in (for us and the guides - likely there was added fees and charges!!) and joined a bunch of other similar vehicles driving in pursuit of elephants. There was a lot of wildlife. We stopped under trees were a troop ...

      The Lion's Rock

      A travel blog entry by luciecox on Aug 18, 2014

      263 photos

      ... sight and see so many tourists and then never encounter any of them in public buses. Taking public transportation in Sri Lanka is event in its own right. First buses are packed, with as many people as it can possibly contain. There is no luggage compartment so we have to somehow fit our bags somewhere. People occupy all seats and also stand in the middle lane. On top of that, at every major stop, a horde of seller comes and goes, with every food and drink you can possibly imagine. ...

      The Trip Story in Sri Lanka

      A travel blog entry by roythexplorer on Jun 11, 2014

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      ... Guy came to us and told us everything about Galle and the scams. He brought a suitcase with him, I didn’t know where is he going? He said that he has been to Sri Lanka 2 times. He was acting little bit rude, he told us that you should do this, go this, do not trust tuk tuk drivers, bla bla bla. Then he asked one tuk-tuk to take us and drop us to Unawatuna for 700 Rupees without asking us first? It was like Hypnotized... we just followed all ...

      Turtles, leopards, pujas and food poisoning

      A travel blog entry by tobyhb on May 27, 2014

      ... see such formidable creatures in the wild, and although you perhaps do not get as close as you might in a zoo, nothing can compare to seeing them free to roam in their natural habitat. Add to this the fact that many tourists can spend days at Yala without seeing a single leopard, and we felt very lucky to see five in one day.

      Exhausted from the all-day safari, our bed was tempting, but we decided to get a tuk-tuk to nearby Kataragama, to watch the evening temple ceremony ...