Mount Lavinia Hotel
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... was washed away by the tsunami in 2004 Boxing Day. The route is now fully functional around to Matara on the south coast.
It soon became apparent that it was rush hour because the trains were rolling past every 5 minutes and yes you've ...
... Good fun though!!
The next day we went down to the beach to have a look round. It ended up being a disaster!!! I sat down on the beach away from the sea shore while waiting for my boyfriend to get a drink. Out of know where a big wave came and washed me out!! This meant i got completely drenched but was carrying my iphone and ipad which ended up filled with water and destroyed!!!! To make things worst it was poja day which means no alcohol can ...
... then takes us past the massive rock carved lion paws that flank the main entrance to the top. Again the climb is pretty easy despite being stuck behind a couple of oldies. It is amazing that they built on old citadel on top of Sigiriya. The view is equally spectacular. I'll let the pictures tell the story. From here we travel another few hours to the elephant orphanage. Nice, but nowhere near the same experience as the national park. Long drive home to ...
Naturally I have had some reservations about heading home. The date in looming in with an increasing quickness and if you asked me last week I would have told you no. I am not ready. But I am finally ready to head home. I'm emotionally and physically exhausted. Traveling has been a dream and I wouldn't change a thing about my trip but it is hard. It's ******* the body; my feet are destroyed, my back, my waistline and it's ************ally. I have discovered so much about ...
... weapons, a room
full of old Dutch headstones brought from elsewhere and that is about it
really. the enclosed garden is delightful, however and strangely you
cannot even here the hubbub from the street outside, it is a very
The ground floor would be wheelchair accessible
but the upstairs which houses the bulk of the exhibits would not. The
toilets should you need them are at the ...