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outside Kandy – an old colonial building which is lovely. Spacious rooms again and a lovely dining
The driver took us, after yet another shower today, into town
for a meal at an Islamic restaurant which was also very interesting and
tasty. I had (not really Islamic, Sri Lankan)
string hoppers with vegetables (given up on meat here) – which is basically
very fine noodles which they then chop very fine.
And then, bed!
... and he could get news of any sightings. True to his word, the following morning we packed ourselves into an open top jeep, to head out elephant spotting. The trail through the park passed by a forested area, a few meters away, munching at trees, were 5 huge majestic elephants. After while of watching them, transfixed, the jeep carried on, with us happy about the close encounter. Suddenly the trail opened out and in front of us was a heard ...
... outing for the day was to visit The Temple of the Tooth, this is where the Buddhists believe Buddhas Tooth is encased within a series of gold caskets and displayed within the shrine room. We walked round Kandy Lake to get there and were blown away by the amount of wildlife we saw; bitterns, egrets, herens, cormorants, bright blue kingfishers and even a pelican were swimming and wading through the shallow waters (and they are just the ones I could name!). We were walking along the path and ...
... of bone, hair, cloth or even his toothbrush. Wanneer we de tempel verlaten blijkt de oude Peugeot van Sakula dienst te weigeren. De wagen wordt terug in gang geduwd en de vader rijdt ermee terug naar huis. De broer van een vriend komt ons halen met zijn Nissan Micra en brengt ons naar Kandy. Onderweg stoppen we nog even in een theefabriekje waar ze ons het proces van blaadjes tot theekopje uitleggen. Aan de rand van Kandy gaan we nog snel even iets eten in een ...
... were invited to go down to them and wash them and then feed them bananas. This is exclusively for the people who stay overnight at the 2 hotels at the river edge. It was sooo exciting to touch them and feel totally safe in their presence(with the mahout of course). Last night there was a big lightening display put on just for us(or that's what it felt like), during happy hour, which was pretty spectacular. I also saw a huge water monitor(almost a dinosaur) walking along the ...