Manor House Kandy
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... is located on the upper floor of the structure. The door to this chamber is decorated with ivory, gold and silver. The relic itself is encased in seven precious stone studded gold caskets. On the right side of the relic, the "Perahara Karanduwa", the relic container that is used in the annual Asala Mangalaya procession is displayed in a bullet-proof glass case.
The Sri Dalada Maligawa is one of the most sacred Buddhist shrines in the world. It is venerated not only ...
... to be fifteen minutes before the train was to leave! She was told to leave one window, but finally found someone to help her. Now, the people in our line started to move to that window. We got our ticket and ran to the platform to catch the train. We had less than ten minutes to spare!
It was a nice ride to Kandy. We had purchased First-Class tickets, as it was the only class with air-conditioning. It was better than being in a car. We could get up and walk around!! ...
... days, Tuesdays are for Math, Thursdays are Science, and Friday is Art, which they can never get enough of. If you would have told me a year ago that I would have been working with differently abled people, I probably would not have believed you, but it has been one of my favourite projects so far. It will be very difficult saying goodbye to them at the end of the week. In the afternoons I go to a girls orphanage. The girls are ...
... it well :)
After our arrival in Kandy we started to walk from the bus station to the city center. As usual, we didnīt book any accommodation in advance so we had to look for something convenient first. We got lucky and found a cheap hotel located 5-minute walk from the Temple of the Tooth, a touristic attraction no. 1 in Kandy. Iīm not sure but I believe we were paying RS 2,000 per night. We decided to stay two nights. Our room was fine but had an amazing Wifi. We ...
... children flying this huge red and orange kite which looked amazing against the blue sky and green trees
- hundreds of tiny little homes, lined up along the railway track, with tin roofs, and the odd tuk tuk parked up outside. Because it was dinner time, lots of families were sat outside cooking around stoves
- miniature shrines and temples, whether it was a small plinth with a Buddah ornament on top, or a big statue
- so much jungle and trees and beautiful plants