Elephant Corridor Hotel
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... see anything. It was raining so hard that we wouldn't have gotten out of the car anyway! It was still a pretty epic drive though numerous little villages. All very organised though! We were wrecked when we arrived at the hotel, but were pleasantly surprised by it. Dinner was buffet style with a good variety of Sri Lankan foods and it was fairly tasty. The crowd at the hotel was a bit bland consisting mainly of Japanese tourists and German/Dutch. No craic ...
... way down the walkway and started talking to us and got louder he closer he got. He was howling by the time he reached us, nearly knockeed us over with his tail; such a neat dog. The tour guys arrived all smiles and we climbed aboard our jeep for the elephant viewing trip to the national park. Our jeep had a 2 seater cabin behind which was a tray with a bench seat either side. This was covered with a steel frame over which was stretched a canvas roof ...
... using same stairs!. Did a village walk which involved a bullock cart ride (like being squashed into a tin can and dragged behind a car by a rope), a paddle on a lake in a twin hulled boat thing and a hot walk back for an all included lunch - buffet ( you can never have too many buffets) then on to a safari ( just a glorified name for some pot holed ridden roads and some paddock bashing). It was worth seeing 2 herds of elephants of about 30 in each. First group were ...
... have any fixed plans yet, so we decided to leave Colombo and go to Galle. I don’t know what took us there. The only reason that I remember because people talk about Galle so much. I was curious and wanted to know the overview from my side. We have got the train schedule yesterday at Colombo Railway Station, so we don’t have to leave in a rush. The receptionist guy from the Guest House that we are staying said we can take the Train to Galle from ...
... to. We spoke about a range of topics, including how the civil war had affected him and his family, and as we got off the train he invited me to come to his house the following day to spend the Vesak with him and his family.
The next day, after meeting an old colleague of my mums who now lives in Sri Lanka, I had breakfast on the beach and indulged in some sun-bathing for a few hours. Much to my pleasant surprise, it turns out that, provided you stick at it, ginger ...