Hotel Sudu Araliya
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... of Anuradhapura in 993. It comprises, besides the Brahmanic monuments built by the Cholas, the monumental ruins of the fabulous garden-city created by Parakramabahu I in the 12th century. The ancient city is awesome with fantastic ruins. The most astounding thing we saw at Polonnaruwa was the Gal
Vihara, a series of Buddhas, seated, standing and reclining caved into a
rock wall. It is truly magnificent.
This was one of ...
... servicing the rear passengers stopped working. We (they) struggled with this until the driver needed a quick stop and had an opportunity to sort it out. We drove out of the bad weather thru Teak and Rubber plantations. The roadside was dense with trees and bush, yet there were lots of people walking and travelling the road, assume there were villages off the side streets. We drove on thru urban areas, with rice paddies being prepared for planting, ...
... and it looks like we are the ones traveling for the longest in this country. Most people visit Sri Lanka as part of a bigger trip (side trip from India or honeymoon to the Maldives for example). As a result, they all have a private car and their chauffeur which makes us a tad jealous but eventually we realise how much one can miss out not taking public transportation in this country. As messy as some terminals can be, the reward of the overall experience outweighs the discomfort of the ...
... While driving around, I got to stand up and poke my head and shoulders above the truck roof. It was an exhilarating ride. I even stayed like that when we left the park and drove into town!!!
Tonight was the time to try Lion Stout!!! I have had this in the US before and liked it. Now I have been jonesing to try it in Sri Lanka!!! I had emailed the brewery for a tour, but they are undergoing renovations and are not doing any tours! When I went in to buy the beer, ...
... learnt to ask the obligatory question before sampling though, which is “How many chilies are in it?”! Today it was vegetable soup so there was a grand total of 0.
This afternoon, I tagged along to English class with the older ones. They were going to have a written test but instead they wanted to speak English. So I asked them questions along with the teacher and then they in turn, asked me. I was fine with ...