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... floor and no seat belts for any of us, driver included. The drive to the national park was dodgy enough with a swift stop off at the drivers family for a quick argument - nice! In we went and sure enough we were not disappointed elephants galore. Birds. More herds of elephants and wild boar. And more Monkeys. It was a really great safari - up there with some African adventures. A quiet evening of swimming and dinner. Although tonight's dinner in the fine ...
The interior north central region of Sri Lanka is known as “The
Cultural Triangle” because it contains most of the major historical sites, including
the ancient capitals of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, the Buddhist cave art at
Dambulla, and mountaintop fortresses and temples at Sigiriya and Mihintale,
making up one of Asia’s biggest concentrations of archaeological sites.Anuradhapura was Sri Lanka’s capital for about ...
... white stuppa everyone gradually unwound an enormous reem of orange cloth above their heads. Drums beat and a trumpet played, grey incense clouds floated over us and as the sun set the material was wrapped all the way round the enormous temple and hundreds of offerings of flowers left at the steps. Goosebumps all round. Visiting more temples the next day all the quiet contemplation was gone as the sun had made the floor so hot that we had to sprint from one scrap of shade to the ...
... magical to those who appreciate its ancestry, and we truly wanted to but it is made so difficult by the attitude towards women and simply not being geared up for tourists, other than tuk tuk men taking you for a ride in every sense! Having spent much of the day lying down we are finally relaxing on a balcony, with a beer (well I am!) listening to the equivalent of Evangelical preaching being projected from a loud speaker over the road. Heathen I hear you say? ...
... us to the city and help us to find some bikes. I started to realize that the owner simply didnīt feel comfortable talking to me because Iīm a girl!
At 9.00 we stopped under a tree by the road where a group of guys was renting bikes. We chose two of them, paid RS 400 per bike (per day) and left.
Before we started our bike trip we knew only a little bit about Anuradhapura. We decided to visit this town, located 200 km to the north-east of ...