Galway Forest Lodge
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... at doing nothing right now. And I think we are doing it very well. At 5:00 pm we have Happy Hour. Then it is dinner and a show. Tomorrow we'll do it all over again. I have included some pictures of the Royal Promenade. For those not familiar with it, it is a large mall that runs approximately 100 yards through the interior of the ship. It is 4 stories tall and filled with shops, cafes and ...
... Pidurutalagala is prominent in the distance. Lake View Holiday Home is the residential home of a young Sri Lankan couple Manjula and his wife. By the looks of their house, they have gotten married not too long ago (festive red everywhere, and a ...
... ride, but sadly things got worse in
transit (backwards-facing) and she saw more of the toilet than the beautiful
views on offer from the carriage. Fortunately, we had decided to splash out on
luxury accommodation called Ella Flower Garden Resort, which had a panoramic
view of Ella Rock and the valley. Beckie stayed in, getting our money’s worth,
while I set off to climb Ella Rock at pace with Led Zepp on the iPod stopping
only to chat to local farmers and ...
... most of the way back to Colombo. It is nearly 1.00 am when I reach home. It took us 22 hours to reach the summit of 2 key mountains that are over two thousand meters tall. I am not too tired as both hikes were not too challenging. Well not as challenging as the extreme cold weather I had to battle to keep warm.
Hiking to two of the highest mountain tops in Sri Lanka in one day in a cold climate might sound a daunting challenge but the reality is that it's an enjoyable ...
... public bus for 6 hours or hire a tuk tuk to drive me through all the cities, down the village roads, along the highways, to visit temples and up the mountainside... Um... No-brainer. I paid the equivalent of $75 for a 10 hour tuk tuk journey that I'll remember for my lifetime. Together Shaka (driver) and I visited the local sites and jammed to the music on my iPhone through the speakers that I'd remembered to pack. He loved it and so did I. We also ...