- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of climbing plants, palms, bamboos, screw-pines, epiphytes (orchids, ferns etc.), and lofty trees, the latter often having buttresses roots.
During the Second World War, the Botanical Garden was used by Lord Louis Mountbatten, the supreme commander of the allied forces in the South Asia, as the headquarters of the South East Asia ...
... place is now much bigger than it was and not a particularly attractive town where as I remember it quite fondly. There were no obvious places to stop and watch the world go by over a beer or cup of tea unlike Galle which I think we are both missing. We have been thrown to discover the A/C direct buses mentioned by Lonely Planet no longer exist so spent considerable time reviewing our options on how to get to Negombo on Saturday. Walked back around the lake slightly ...
... bought out a massive Python and wrapped it round Paul's shoulders and then added a smaller one to the fray, with snakes everywhere I snapped a few shots of Paul and we headed back to the car park to meet our tuk tuk driver. On the way back we stopped for some Sri Lankan lunch - beetroot curry, banana bread curry and dhaal with rice and popadoms, delicious. In the evening we took a walk around town, shared a pizza and went back to No26D to shower and pack our bags ready for tomorrow.
... that I was sat on the wrong side of the bus for pictures! Eventually arriving into Kandy, a tuk tuk driver hounded me immediately, and before I had even handed him the address of my bnb, the bartering had begun. '200?' I said, and he laughed, replying '400'. This exact cycle went on for the best part of a minute, until I started waking off (as if I was ever REALLY going to scale the vast, mountainous landscape with a 14 kilo rucksack on!?), at which point ...
... heard, we saw several babies ranging from 2 weeks to about a month old. Our guide said when they are less than a month, they still have fuzz on their head. The mom elephants and other females in the herd are very protective of the babies and always keep them in the center of the group when walking or being approached by males. The babies were incredibly cute and were very playful. You could sense the younger ones discovering the world right before our eye. One little guy ...