Hunas Falls by Amaya
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the area it was in but no definitely more forward and I think I may have touched his foot! Euk! Being the typical Irish too embarrassed to tell the driver I try numerous more times to no avail. At this stage the driver has tho think I'm a weirdo as I sporadically disappear under his seat yet none of us say anything. I'm just praying it doesn't lodge under the brake! Keith trying to unseat belt me but me hitting him as an alarm goes off ...
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 ...
... our selves and scramble! A couple of yanks, 3 Russians and half the population of Sigiryia clearly thought the same! We flung our backpacks in the boot, the bus already driving off as we did so and clambered on, poor Sarah literally clinging on for dear life out of the back door. We didn't think anyone else could have got on but, ooooh no, next stop 3 more! How, HOW is it possible?! Over the next hour somehow many more squeezed ...
... the tooth relic and watched a cultural show. The next day we explored Kandy town and visited a gem museum. Fabulous to see the process and all gems are mined here in Sri Lanka. We bought a gorgeous blue sapphire ring. In the afternoon we explored Kandy's beautiful botanical ...
... would be waiting another hour. We booked our tickets and followed the locals crossing the tracks (we were about to use the stairs before we realised they were out of bounds).
The train journey was a pleasant, 3 hour long slog from Colombo to Kandy. We received a message from our next host Pathi to say he was going to send a tuk tuk to collect us. Raju was there on our arrival and took us to Hanthana house, our home for ...