Hotel Sudu Araliya
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... trumpeting, which was entertaining, and fortunately its mother was not at all concerned by its antics. It started to rain and it got quite dark, making photography difficult. The elephants were completely unperturbed and wandered out into the lake to bathe. We made our way back as the rain got more intense. By the time we got back we were pretty wet and my bladder was feeling the affects of the Lions. The guard at the gate took some time to don a ...
... us instead of making themselves useful around the house.
We spend the day visiting the ancient ruins of Polo which are divided into 5 groups. The heat is at its highest so we decide to walk rather than cycle as we don’t think we can face even a small hill pedalling on a bike. We probably walk at least 10 kilometres in the whole day which seems a lot more with this weather. The pictures will give you a better description of what we saw. We meet a few other tourists here ...
... br> We went back to Mt.Lavinia Train Station and waiting for the train to come. The Pork from Singapore “Beef Cheng Hiang” that I brought was really helpful for this trip. We ate this snack everytime we get hungry. Joy seemed like it very much and so do I :D
We sat on the banch, some people stared at us very strange and some other look very happy and smiled at us. The train is arriving, we bought 2nd class ticket so we have to wait ...
... in offering to the Buddha and spoke to some local villagers. We then walked through the village, stopping at various points to have tea or different Sri Lankan snacks. On Vesak, it is tradition for families to cook food that is then shared, free of charge, with the local community. I tried several varieties of tea, and strange kind of savoury fudge, which I cannot work out if I like.
We walked on through the village, until we reached the riverbank, and Nimal and a friend ...
Enter the end all and be all of what I have come to define as the best experience while traveling.... the interaction that holds most resonance after I get back home ............befriending the fellow backpacker.
The epitome of living in the here and now is the backpacker. Living with only a bag of necessities on their back, itineraries at the mercy of whimsical decisions, and ...