Elephant Corridor Hotel
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... It is in a cave at the top of a 20 minute uphill hike. The Buddha sculptures lining the interior are all carved from the existing rock walls of the cave.
Everyone entering a Buddhist Temple needs to remove their hats and shoes, have their shoulders covered and their legs covered above the knee.
Followers bring trays of flowers that fill the table tops inside the temples. Then they pray. Worshipers lined the hallways of the ...
... night was poya, occurring every full moon, which is a Buddhist holiday where it is sacrilegious to drink and the bars do not serve alcohol), we headed for Anuradhapura, one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world, a UNESCO heritage site and an ancient capital of Sri Lanka for over 1000 years. The vast network of ruins in the region broadly split into Dagobas, monasteries and pokunas. 'All Dagobas are stupas, but not all stupas are Dagobas', we were told ...
... time with the team, i realised they were busy so I stood out the way a little and every so often Ravi or Chandima would come and explain a little of what was going on prior to giving me a full explanation once we got back to the field house after the film crew had gone.
we walked down the elephant corridor with the rest of the villagers, it was a demonstration to raise awareness of the human elephant conflict in the areas and the importance ...
... there over there. ha ha ha
Damn... trapped. Some say go that way, some say go this way. We were asking too many people just to find the bus stop. It was frustrating to the max. We were heading to Colombo
Beach Hostel, it’s located at 30, De Saram Road, Mount Lavinia, Colombo. There are 2 buses to get here from Fort Colombo Bus Station, number 100 & number 101. After you get off from Fort Colombo bus terminal, cross the street and ...
So, it's been a while since my last entry, and although I've now been here for 7 weeks, it appears that my blog only takes me up to midway through week 2, so I'm going to whizz through subsequent events to some degree. Apologies to those reading this (HI MUM!) who expected something more detailed.
So, after a few days of sun and surf in Arugam Bay, we decided to head north to the harbour town of Trincomalee. As a first-time traveller, my naivety was on full ...