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Bali is a country that offers several areas with panoramic views, historically significant locations and sacred temples worthy of note. However out of the many beautiful sites that one must visit these are the top ones you must note on your travel itinerary.
One of the three UNESCO World Heritage sites in Bali Pakerisan Valley is located between the two holy rivers the Pakersian and Petanu. Also known as the Valley ...
... and the food was SO GOOD! really tasty!!
Then we went to sleep after a long day and got up early to meet Suresh in the morning..
Suresh picked us up and drove us to Kandy, on the way driving us through the back country lanes so we could see the 'real' Sri Lanka. It was amazing. We saw men walking down the road with a cow on a lead, buffalo (or is it Bison? or are they even the same thing?haha) in the paddy fields by the road, men climbing telephone poles, men ...
... seats. Old women will physically remove you from "their" seats.
3) There is a strange sense of personal space here. Sri Lankans are either walking 4 abreast on the sidewalk, blocking everyone's path, or shoving you to get out of their way. If you try to exit a bus or doorway, people won't move to let you by, yet look offended when you are forced to shove by them. We are confused by the rules we're obviously missing here.
... that our guide did not approve of as the youngsters today preferred that to good honest local food.Like home we said. Our plane journey was uneventful,we could see the tip of India which looked like a lovely sandy beach and almost immediately we started our descent into Colombo airport.From a great height the countryside looked like England,very green and well ordered fields and trees planted in rows. As we got lower the trees were all coconut trees so not like England at all ...
... Island - Cherry Briggs This is the first book from the travel writing genre I have read on the trip, as normally I prefer novels but this was a great read to complement my travels across Sri Lanka. Briggs sets off on a journey in the wake of Sir James Emerson Tennent, an Irish politician, explorer, writer and historian, who was posted to Sri Lanka in 1845 by the Government. Briggs follows the route he travelled around Sri Lanka to see how the country differs from ...