Hotel Sudu Araliya
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Sri Lankan ingenuity at the best of times and the scene that followed was simply hilarious, I wish I'd been filming it! The curtains, twice as long as they should have been and trailing all over the floor ("someone got the length a bit wrong here!" as he untied the knots they were tied in) were also hung the wrong way round ("for goodness sake they can't get anything right!"). We needed some light now in the hut so hunting a good 5 minutes ...
... owners of the place, but still the temples and the Buddha statues are awesome.
As time and rain were against us, we went by car to the big granite rock temple, all sculpted on the rock. Beautiful and big Buddha statues. But there started raining... luckily our driver was very gentle and came to rescue us with big umbrellas. Under the umbrellas we could see the white stupa and the monastry.
... strongest recommendation for those who take up the Adams Peak Challenge. In an open restaurant we looked up at the feat we had just accomplished whilst eating perfectly cooked eggs, sausages, fruits and toast, washed down with tea, coffee, fresh fruit juice and last but by no means least, beer. As we looked at the mountain in all its glory we agreed that arriving at night, when the walkway lights mingled with the stars, had been a blessing. Had we seen the true nature of the task in ...
... elephantselfie - the craze was not started by our safari group. For dinner, we were going to a Sri Lankan cooking demonstration and traditional buffet. No idea where exactly we were in Sri Lanka... bamboo lanterns lined the way to where I'd be gaining my next 1kg. It could've been the set of Survivor... The stars were shining in the sky, the smell of kerosene and aeroguard filled the air... Chilli Sambal now burning my mouth ...
... over, who had been watering the plants until now, and this small old woman stood guard with a sling shot and rocks while we finished our breakfast! She had a stern face and the whole situation was really amusing! We went on to climb sigiriya, which is a large rock emerging from the dense jungle surrounding it. It has a few gardens around the base which are nice with large ponds and fountains, and the climb wasn't too hard. We reached the top probably within 2 hours and had a big ...