Elephant Corridor Hotel
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... the rock that we had
learned so much about.
All that was left of the palace at the base of the rock was stumps of stone, the once jagged edges smoothed over by the passing of time. The only real structure remaining was the swimming pool, the murky green water not as off-putting as the ripples of movement that
could be seen just under the surface. The entrance of Lion Rock was adorned
with two boulders, each leaning against the other in perfect balance, the ...
... in use from late fifth century until the nineteenth century. We make our way to the gates with full intention to visit until we are confronted with an astronomical entrance fee. Expecting $30 US for this we leave in disgust, this is the biggest swindle we have encountered yet. We have heard you can climb the nearby lovers rock for free for a nice view of the valley but decide with the heat of the day bearing down to get back on the road and head ...
... 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 ...
... snacks... I really don't know what they were called, but I guess most of them were somewhere between a bhaji and a samosa, but with lots of grains in, and some were pretty effing spicy! As we had been so frugal on our lunch, we decided we deserved ice lollies, which instantly melted, but were exactly what we needed in the heat.
After what felt like a very long climb (as our legs already felt like jelly) up a windy, cobbled path, passing monkeys and wild ...
... across quite a large area and we were very glad we had the tuk tuk to take us around especially as we only has 2 hours to see everything before we had to get our train.
We whizzed around - Harvinder kept reassuring us not to worry he was watching the clock for us - Becki and Josh got to see their first snake charmer too.
Finally at the last temple is the sight we were all waiting to see - the giant Buddhas.
We have ...