Elephant Corridor Hotel
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... famous Buddhist temples. They are situated in the ancient caves and are over 2000 years old. The monks were said to have housed a King in exile in the caves, and after he regained the throne, he paid tribute to them by building the temples that exist today. It was a very beautiful and interesting site to see.
To round out the day, we were encouraged to take an authentic village tour. We shrugged and said, why not. ...
... 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 the temples.
The Temple of Tooth holds a tooth relic of Buddha. This sacred relic is guarded closely and has been in Sri Lanka for over 1,500 years after it was brought here by a ...
... Club' for some snacks and the second so called 'nescafe' of the week, that again was more sugar than anything else. Pollonuruwa is basically the remains of an ancient city that you can now pay a lot of money to explore. It is spread out over several kilometres so transport of some description is required. We spent several hours here but concluded that perhaps this wasn't specifically 'our thing' as there is ...
... bathe in the afternoon heat - and judging by the groans of delight it is one of the few highlights of the elephants day. A mixed bag of feelings with this place. A quick lunch of soup and of again for an alleged 2 hour drive to our next hotel, our home for the next 3 nights! So 3 1/2 hours later we have arrived in Habarana. Cinnamon Lodge, home of the monkeys - Jesus they're everywhere. I know a great many of you who wouldn't even survive ...
... I take to get to Bambalapitiya Junction. There are 2 buses, number 100 and 101. I took bus number 100 from the main road, right infront of KFC. The trip was about 20 minutes. When you are on the bus and not sure, please kindly ask people. They speak English. I get off at Bambalapitiya Junction and walked. I was walking to the right direction but I dont know why, my brain was stop working. I couldnt
read the map and lost my instinct, hahaha. Then I ...