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... and dinners. The dinners, where we opted each time for fish and vegetable curry, were great with 6 different bowls of vegetables which varied each night and included vegetables we had never seen before!
YALA NATIONAL PARK
Yala has the largest population density of leopards in the world, elephants and lots of other mammals and particularly rich bird life and is set in very pretty countryside with lots of lakes. We opted for a full day excursion ...
... Weharф. And Tissa Wewa and dagoba were built in ancient times ия the first ruler of the Kingdom.Stupa Tissamaharama Wehera (the name translates as the Great Temple) is a large white building with a height of 55 and 155 meters in diameter. The temple was built by King Kavantisse in the 2nd century BC. At that time it was one of the tallest buildings in Sri Lanka. According to legend, the Buddha in his third coming to the island visited this stupa. Near there is ...
... several of the noisy Jeeps turned up. Long tailed monkeys were in troops in the trees, and on the ground. The large native pigs were in groups grazing on the fresh green shoots. Bright green bee eaters followed the vehicle, snatching up bees on the wing. We came to a clearing around a waterhole where others 4X4's were parked and we eventually made out the shape of a leopard laying on top of a bank 100 metres away. It was focused on spotted deer on the other side ...
... your hotel in Abu Dhabi. 4. Book a hotel that offers kayaking toursYou can also enjoy the convenience of booking with a hotel that offers kayaking tours as a part of their leisure activities. Hotels such as Desert Islands Resort & Spa by Anantara which is a leading Sir Bani Yas hotel offer kayaking tours to its guests so ease of planning will certainly be enjoyed. Needless to say when you are booking tours with your hotel ...
So, this was day six and by far one of my best days...possibly up there on the entire trip so far! After having a horrible night sleep we woke at 4:30am to get ready for our 5am pick up. On the way to the park gates we had a quick stop to grab some breakfast - roti breads and a pack of plain crackers for my not so good tum. It took a little time to sort the entry passes, so I sat and watched the monkeys in the trees above. I could watch them for hours! We made it inside the ...