Oruthota Chalets

Digana, Central Province, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Digana

Pinnawalla

A travel blog entry by lajsoper

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... were invited to go down to them and wash them and then feed them bananas. This is exclusively for the people who stay overnight at the 2 hotels at the river edge. It was sooo exciting to touch them and feel totally safe in their presence(with the mahout of course). Last night there was a big lightening display put on just for us(or that's what it felt like), during happy hour, which was pretty spectacular. I also saw a huge water monitor(almost a dinosaur) walking along the ...

'Speed'!

A travel blog entry by jushobbs

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... best workout in core stability I've ever had! Add to this that all passengers get on at the back and alight at the front, except the ticket man. No buying your ticket first or as you get on, no! Instead he crawls and squeezes his way through the sardined passengers with his carbon copy note book and fist full of rupees asking each passenger to pay. He scribbles, most adeptly, on said pad, rips off the receipt and then expects you ...

Kandy/Pinewala Elephant Orphange

A travel blog entry by johnsmetana

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... in Kandy, that I proudly found hours earlier. We arrived at The Knady Reach Inn and were greeted by a lovely older Sri Lankan women, whom was the caretaker of the 3 bedroom guesthouse. The place was clean and new and close to the station for tomorrow's departure to negombo. With the day fading away quickly we arranged for a driver to take us out to the Elephant Orphanage. The drive took quite a while and being in air con made the drive so much ...

Bye elephants

A travel blog entry by josefinenilsson

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and hello beach! after three weeks at MEF working with elephants it was time to leave. i will miss rani, the other elphants, my favourite ice cream bought in the local shop across the street, the smiling gard at the dung paper factory, all the funny guides, the other volunteers, the kids i've been teaching, milkshake, the rest of the dogs and much more. also had a couple of truly magical moments while walking by the elephant beds in the ...

The Buddhist Perahera Festival Kandy

A travel blog entry by oliviajensen

... on its 3 hour journey through the cultural capital. We couldn't find anywhere to sit amongst the hundreds of people and weren't keen on spending 8000 rupees on a seat in the restaurants and cafes along the road, so instead we did what we do best and spent most of the afternoon sampling the local dhal curries, rotti (like a thin naan bread) and mango lassies at an amazing little restaurant called the Kandy Muslim Hotel.

After lunch ...

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