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Eerst nog even reactie op gister. De chauffeur die ons ophaalde, ging ook met ons koken. Hij wist wat we moesten halen en deed voornamelijk de boodschappen. Wij stonden erbij en maakte foto's terwijl hij uitleg gaf over wat de groentes allemaal waren. Vandaag komt om 08.00 onze chauffeur ons ophalen om de rondreis te beginnen. Hij is op tijd en …
... and eating farmers crops, but they have learnt to rip down trees and drop them on the fences so they earth! The highways up there are great because they are only 2 years old post war & they are now trying to advance the area as they have been in a 30 year time warp.
The first night, we went into town to a cafe that makes hoppers etc and we had a ball. The locals thought we were pretty funny and useless and I am definitely going ...
... tree from India over 2000 years ago. It is the oldest historically authenticated tree in the world. It has been tended to by a succession of guardians, uninterrupted for its lifetime in sri lanka. You can't get close to it, and there are a lot of pilgrims making offerings and praying. It is an interesting sight, but I am very tired of commercial religion, and there are a lot of things that infuriate me about the whole situation. I headed back to my ...
... who form the majority ethnic group in Sri Lanka), dating back to the 4th century BC. It was continuously the capital until the 11th century AD, and a gigantic and magnificent city evolved during that time, with one of the most technologically advanced irrigation systems in the world. A modern city exists just outside the ruins, and Sri Lankans continue to this day to use many of the temples and holy places inside the ruins.
We were struck by how un-touristy ...
... as bigger spots used to put the light). We still wonder how many people didnīt make it to the top every day :) It looked very hazardous.
Once we appeared on the top of the Rock of Sigiriya we firstly walked around a little bit. Later we sat down and started enjoying the view. It was truly gorgeous!
The rock is surrounded by the evergreen forest. We believe that we had never seen so much green color in one place before we visited Sigiriya. All the steps ...