Hunas Falls by Amaya
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our first visit of the day was to the Botanical gardens in Kandy,it had been a royal pleasure gardens but in the mid 19th cent the British developed it as a botanical gardens.Some wonderful orchids entranced us and we happily walked through the various avenues of mature palms and firs.We got waylaid by some local students in need of brushing up the language skills and were amazed by the fruit bat colonies that made a huge din ...
... along the road side.
The driver treated us to lunch today as it was Robs birthday. Lovely hotel near the waterfalls and a very good lunch (food hotter (temperature, not chilli hot) than on several occasions – they cook up the food and leave it in the clay pots as a buffet with, if you are lucky, hot rice but the food itself is often only luke warm). We stopped off to buy some palm tree bees honey which we’ve had in ...
... to ignore them. The Botanical Gardens came next. Best seen early morning or late afternoon. Needless to say we arrived at midday for a two hour stay. We really must learn about the food ordering. Having ordered a vegetable curry and rice I was presented with six bowls of vegetables and enough rice to feed a family of four. Cost about £4. We will not be eating this evening! Jeanette's ankle is now fully walkable. She let slip that she had ...
... or on a diet. I am not on a diet. Since being pulled over yesterday our driver seems to be slightly less enthusiastic with his right foot. We only grounded out the vehicle once today and he stopped for sunset pictures. We confounded the guide tonight by giving him an address of where would like eat. It cost as much for eight ...
... curry, daal (lentil paste), rice with raisins and cashew nuts, fish balls, prawns with onion, a fresh salad with pineapple and tomato, papadang a kind of bread cookies and mango chutney. As a desert we get a light green ice cream with strawberry jelly and pineapple stew! Sakula leidt ons vandaag naar verschillende plekjes in de buurt. Onze eerste stop deze namiddag is een batikshop. De familie Asoka maakt en verkoopt vanuit hun woning zelfgemaakte ...