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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 ...
... rice irrigation and have been abandoned. Waterholes occur in low lying places while rock pools of varying size are capable of containing water year-round, and are hence an important source of water for elephants. For many water birds and water buffaloes natural waterholes are ideal habitats.
Many rivers and streams flow in a southeasterly direction. Normally the streams of the park are dry during the drought season. ...
... Although Bundala didn't come close to comparing to our experience in Yala, we were still glad to have gone and decided to extend our stay one more night and revisit Yala for a final leopard spotting opportunity the following morning with our driver Ruwan. We tried a new restaurant for lunch and despite the slow service and hoards of tourists, were not disappointed with another curry smorgasbord. We certainly have our fingers crossed for a corker of a safari tomorrow.. Leopard, leopard ...
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... ushered us out the onto the massive dining decks, thru the tables of diners, cautioning us each time the deck stepped to another level. Up in the dunes we could see lights and kerosine flame burners flickering in the breeze. After a steep climb thru the soft sand we arrived at the top of the dunes where a table for 4 was set up on a large bamboo mat. Power had been run to the site and one of the guys was poking bare wires into a power board to fire up the second of the ...