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... behind it a corridor that links the entrances to the five caves, the largest being 50 x 23 m. The caves are filled with an astounding array of 153 Buddha sculptures and statues, in some of the caves a huge reclining Buddha that fills the length of the cave. There are also statues of kings and goddesses, Hindu gods and dieties, the god Vishnu and the god Ganesh. The walls and ceiling of the caves are covered in exquisite paintings and murals. I ...
... like Lasith Malinga, a compliment here clearly enjoyed. We returned to our hotel and had an lazy afternoon on the veranda watching the assortment of nationalities in an assortment of fashion statements tread the streets. That evening we found a restaurant right on the beach. It was what we all dream of on cold dark nights, peaceful, cool and very atmospheric. Night, night. PS The pictures of the Leopards are now posted on previous ...
... sight of the full-moon through the vehicle glass... obviously there was no time to photograph it ... we were rushing up the mountain to spot the Ceylon Blue Magpie, of course!
A fulfilling trip indeed. What better way of enjoying the sightings of endemic species and spectacular views of the landscape, sun-rise and full moon than with great company of family and friends.
Visited Sinharaja Forest Reserve in January ...
... 300 happy little 6 year olds. In grade 2 there are 50 pupils in one individual class, then once again there are seven grade two classes- 350 children. The lessons go by so fast! In grade one lessons are only 20 minutes and in grade two they are 30 minutes. Unlike in Jaffna, in Galle I've had to use some behaviour management strategies in the classroom. This week I used non verbal behaviour management strategies but these didn't work very well- the ...
We left the Amaara Sky early morning to travel to the tea country. It was a long drive around twisting road that were ever on the climb upwards to the 2,000m summit we were aiming for. The beautiful landscape filled with mountainous views over tree filled canyons between the granite rocks, and the hills fill with small terraced plots where English style vegetables are grown. Everyone so industrious, toiling in the fields with o machinery, selling food at ...