Hotel Sudu Araliya
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Lakeside setting ltoo
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... 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 ...
Go back to Guest House and discuss where do we go tomorrow. Since the rooms are very expensive here, we dicided to leave Mt.Lavinia the next morning. I told Joy that I wanna see Galle, and he said okay he’s going with me. So we travel together since that time. We chit chat quite long and a lot, try to get to know further but I was really tired, I fell asleep.
Story on 13 Jun 2014,Heading to Galle
Since two of us ...
... them through our binoculars. We did say a vast array of other fauna though, including crocodiles, jackals, buffalo, boar, elephants, monkeys, deer and wide range of endemic bird species, the kingfisher being particularly impressive. After a few hours, we stopped in a clearing by a stream for lunch, one of only two safe places to stop within the national park. We sat on a picnic blanket for two hours, guardedly eating our rice and curry, wary of the hungry looking group of Macaque ...
... which helps no-one. The scenery was spectacular, so quite a photos were taken. Various people were also starting the climb as we reached the bottom. I was glad we had done the climb when it was cooler, as it got pretty hot coming down, and although I'm sure it will still be cold on top I think people walking up from the bottom already in fluffy hats may have been a bit extreme. Afterwards we split into two groups. Some off us had decided to go to Kandy, and we thought a fun ...