Elephant Corridor Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minibar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Kids pool
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... do a lovely walk around the town’s main lake, watch a wedding procession, visit a Buddhist bookstore, share our paths and life’s insights, and see how we are really the same though our lives are world’s apart. God blesses us all. Returning back to the hostel, I check out, and leaving Kandy behind, Dan, Greg, and I head to Sigirya.
Let me tell you something about travelling with these two boys. First of all, they are like an old married couple. ...
... cried. It was quite funny - stupid woman - if there had been more time I would have done a selfie with her in it and I would have done a meerkat too.
There was also a mirror wall in which the king could see his reflection. The wall was in such good shape Tim thought it was new! And on the top, there were amazing 360 degree views from which the king could watch the girls dancing near his swimming pool!
We were glad that the wasps ...
... are going by a stranger in the street is a common experience. -Sri Lanka is a beautiful green country, take the trains if you want a picturesque view -Travelling is always long, hot and sweaty!! -A little phrase has emerged for Sri Lanka based on a purchase of what we thought was nuts based on the name 'savoury nuts' but turned out to be cheese biscuits, in many ways Sri Lanka would deal you 'savoury nuts' not quite what you were expecting! Overall Sri Lanka has ...
... 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 tabletops inside the temples. Then they pray. Worshipers lined the hallways of ...
... Jacqueline about the problems in the area whilst 5 elephants looked on from the other side of the 'tank' (lake) nearby.
filim crew and photographers departed so we were then able to go back to the tank and take a slightly closer look at the elephants that had come to check out the events of the day.
Back at the field house we all sat down and they explained a bit more of the issues in detail to me before we had dinner and some ...