Hotel Sudu Araliya
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... was first constructed during the reign of King Vattagamini Abhaya ( 103BC and 89-77BC)
• Named as a World Heritage Site in 1991.
• Contains a rock hewn 14 metre statue of Lord Buddha
• The largest and well preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka
• Paintings and statues inside the cave are connected to Lord Buddha. A total of 153 Buddha statues, 4 statues of gods and goddesses and 3 statues of Sri Lankan ...
... it easy. Our host is again the big mummy type, ready to feed us until we explode, which we do, on both nights we stay with her. I must say the owners of the different guesthouses we stayed at are extremely welcoming and friendly. The women mostly have it all under control and she can organise her household so all her guests are fed at the time they want and in quantities I am ashamed to admit. Her food doesn't disappoint.
I notice here very much, and probably mostly in the ...
... herds of elephants grazing the plains of the park. We sit and watch for an hour or so before heading back to park head quarters. Again another amazing experience and worth the effort of the travel. We return to our hotel, shower, change and grab a cocktail overlooking the lake. I think we will all miss the bikes, but looking forward to the next stage of our holidays. Love jase and ...
... br> Finally, the trip for this time is over. I had so much fun and memories, I am not ready yet to go
back home but I have to do many things. Thank you Lord for blessing my trip. I am looking forward to have my next wonderful trips :)
“The journey of life is always fun when you know how to deal with it! Stop complaining about anything in life. Whatever you have and do now, love it then you will get something you never thought! #quote for this trip”.
... into the Hill Country, as that area of Sri Lanka is known, the climate was noticeably different, and we actually had to wrap up in warm clothes, now a novelty for me. From the bottom, and in darkness, Adam's Peak looks like an ominous pattern of glowing lights, leading up to a cauldron of mist and light at the top. There is a mystical religious significance to the ascent, which is more or less silent save for the communal chanting of pilgrims, and dark save for the small ...