Manor House Kandy
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
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This was a beautiful first stay for 2 nights, with time to appreciate a tastefully renovated house that an Indian earning good money overseas had restored with his parents. I had a swim every morning, we had breakfast in thr garden and supper each night in the living room. Our bed was at the top of a tall look out tower, reached by a dangerously …
... on the train!!
They headed out for the evening but I organised, with Anthony, a tuk tuk to pick us up in the morning so that we could get down to the train station for 8 ish! In the meantime, a guy called Josef also checked in to the hostel and it transpired that he, too, wanted to head to Ella. So, my lonesome 6 hour train journey had now become a party for four.
Until we meet again,
... hotel’ in Kandy to find
our favourite. Our first night was at the highly-rated and hilariously named ‘slightly
chilled bar’ which does decent Chinese food and provides a beautiful view over
Kandy lake with the giant white Buddah, which tonight was framed with
occasional lightning in the stormy distance. On the third night we walked in
the darkness down are hill and along the lake to ‘Sharon Inn’ which offered a
... house a temple Raja Maha Viharaya Sigiri Pidurangala, which was built by King Kashyapa in the fifth century and the monumental statue of a brick Buddha lying.
The top of Pidurangala afforded the stupendous 360 panorama views in addition to a great view of Sigiriya Rock.
We were so glad we made that choice. Here too, steep stone steps snaked thru forest, over and ...
... of climbing plants, palms, bamboos, screw-pines, epiphytes (orchids, ferns etc.), and lofty trees, the latter often having buttresses roots.
During the Second World War, the Botanical Garden was used by Lord Louis Mountbatten, the supreme commander of the allied forces in the South Asia, as the headquarters of the South East Asia ...