Elephant Corridor Hotel
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Within the mist weaving its way through the undergrowth beneath
Lion Rock the view could not be hidden. In the remnants of the ancient palace
that used to call this rock home it isn’t hard to see why they settled here.
The once treacherous climb is now much more accessible but still requires some
determination to reach the pinnacle.
Walking towards the intimidating rock we were greeted by a Lily
garden, its waters barely disturbed by the breeze that ...
... many good places to hide this is a massive nursery and the range of species make it like diving in an aquarium. Also a great spot for macro. Millions of dancing shrimp in each crack and crevice and everywhere I look there is another pipe fish. I could spend hours in one spot but after a 70 minute dive I'm ready to call it. My dive guide keeps getting a little to close for comfort.
We are about to leave Trinco empty handed because ...
... congestion on the narrow track makes progress impossible. These events should be avoided like the plague.
At one of the tea stops we met Remy and Naomi, a friendly French couple who are soon to be married. Naomi called it their 'just to be sure’ holiday, which sounds like a fantastic idea. "So far, I am pretty sure," she smiled, which was reassuring, not least for Remy.
At about 4am we reached the summit. I’ve got to say that the first sight left ...
... couple of years time. We drove back to the Elephant Corridor resort in Sigiriya, down a bumpy stretch of road 1.4km off the highway. This place is pretty special. At other times of the year the elephants are actually in the bush behind the units. Each has a private dec and plunge pool overlooking the vista. This could be viewed the SuperKing bed via a full wall of glass. We dropped our bags and returned to reception. The local dog was there to great us. He ...
... 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. ...