Hunas Falls by Amaya
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... At last the girls returned and we wandered into Kandy and checked out the shops. There were the old style ones selling dried fish, motor oil, veggies, and there were modern ones which were highly favoured. While the girls shopped in these we teased the male shop assistants about the Sri Lankan cricket team, they were good sports and looking forward to the world cup. It started to rain and we found a hotel and sat upstairs on the balcony enjoying a beer and watching the ...
... us to our rooms. We scored with a room overlooking the river, with a balcony and a spa. The others went for a swim in the pool as the rain started. We had a shower and chilled in the room before we headed to the 2nd floor to the bar. After our substantial lunch we didn't feel like much and with every round of drinks we were plied with peanuts and vegetable strips. Jenny, drinking Singapore Slings, has developed a potty mouth, and is speeding along the highway to oblivion faster then the rest of ...
... in the distance. It took another half hour to reach our vantage point - we were treated to more spangly male dancers, bands of drummers, me carrying fire torches and brightly decorated elephants. Each parish had their own team of the above - each notably different by their main colour. Some elephants even adorned with light bulbs! A sight to be seen. This procession ended sometime after 11pm so it was back onto a tuk tuk to get back to the hotel. Onward journey tomorrow to tea plantation ...
The Pinnawalla elephant orphanage is here. We are staying for 2 nights at a hotel on the river edge, just where the elephants from the "orphanage" are brought down for a bath twice a day. Hundreds of tourists foreign and local come to the viewing areas around our hotel to watch the elephants. There are only 3 rooms at the hotel we are staying at, even though the complex is huge. It is mainly reception areas for weddings and parties. There was a wedding reception under way when ...
... to go to yet another temple called Temple of the Tooth which is what most people come to Kandy for but when we got there it was a 1000 rupee entrance fee, we both looked at each other and clearly had the same thoughts so we left it. There is only so many temples you can see before you lose interest! We then were back on the road to go to Pinnawella where there is a elephant orphanage/sanctuary which you can feed them and watch them bathe which will be really good I ...