Kassapa Lions Rock
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... was a strange atmosphere there which culminated in 2 of the young Tuk Tuk drivers having a massive argument out side the door and one smashing a bottle to threaten the other!! It was all calmed down and sorted out by the old guy running the guest house but we decided to head off the next morning and find somewhere in Sigiriya itself to stay. We are so happy we did as we are now in the best place so far, Palitha Home Stay. Palitha is an ...
... personal life in a matter of minutes. It is quite entertaining since it is really hard to read a book to kill time(lack of space and shakes of the road make it virtually impossible). Road travel is slow and drivers think they are acting in the movie the fast and the furious, constantly attempting to overtake the vehicle in front and then having to back off because of incoming traffic.
The afternoon in Sigiriya is spent in a very special way. Our host in the ...
... was little bit bumpy due to bad weather, after 3,5 hours flying it eventually landed at Bandaranayake International Airport, Colombo. Feel so happy and blessed, I waited till the aircraft has a complete stop. I can’t wait to get my backpack from cabin and go to Immigration counter. I brought my photographs with me, just in case if they need it for Visa on Arrival. My suggestion, please bring your photograph everytime you travel outside of ...
So after the interesting experience of attending a UN conference all week, I decided to have a (relatively) relaxed weekend, so three of us embarked for the sleepy west-coast resort of Tangalle. It is currently the off-season for tourists, so when we arrived we had an entire beach to ourselves. The only restaurant on the beach was in the process of being knocked down, but the owner (who came from Peckham...) offered to do us a BBQ on the beach. So the men dug a hole and cooked ...
... dotted in the trees are the giant buddha statues of Dambulla, rising majestically from the canopy in the distance.
We got up early (again) the following day to explore the ancient monastic retreat in the forest of Ritigala. The woman whose house we were staying at (who was really lovely and I feel guilty about forgetting her name) organised a friend of hers to drive us to the forest in his jeep, wait for us for two hours while we explored the ruins, and ...