Palm Garden Village Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalm Garden Village Hotel Anuradhapura
This is a must-experience hotel. The luxury of it comes from few rooms and humongous landscape! I did not stay here but the food was excellent. Pricey accommodation but well worth it!
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... years ago. Lots of people chanting around it so it must be the real thing.
They are now building a new Dagoba. It is to celebrate the Armed Forces victory over the Tamils. Not everyone is happy about that!!!! It’s going to be almost as big as the Jetavanarama Dagoba. Not sure what relic they will put inside it – maybe they will bring the tooth back here (it was here once apparently – in the Dalada Maligawa temple but that is ...
... the mid-level in about 25 minutes. Awaiting us was a fantastic entrance to the summit surrounded by lion’s paws. We are assured there used to be a lion’s head atop the gate, but this fell down some years ago.
Making our way to the summit, we are met with ornate gardens and ruined villas on top of a 200 metre rock. Living on top of the world must have given the King a huge power trip! We are also met with the sight of a man performing his yoga moves in the ...
... I was oblivious to how close it actually was, Lani on the other hand almost had a heart attack. But as our guide told us, driving in Sri Lanka is a matter of inches. In all of our travels so far, Sri Lankan’s are definitely the craziest and most dangerous on the road.
We stayed the night in Polonnaruwa at this super cheap place called Luxman's Guesthouse. The owner, Luxman, was a quirky older guy who ensured we had the most ...
... their mother, leapt for me. I mean full on jumped me. Or at least tried to; I managed to scarper just in time, with ever Sri Lankan local pointing and laughing at me as I stumbled up towards the temple in vague terror of contracting rabies! Again I removed my shoes, and went in through the female entrance to the temple grounds. After a peek around and some chill time listening to Buddhist monk chants, I left to head over to another temple nearby. Or at least ...
... When the tuk-tuk driver saw that, he doubled his price to take us there! We were stuck out of town and had to take his price!!!
I know these tuk-tuk drivers get some kind of cut for dropping us off at various tourist traps. This guy was asking about spice gardens, cloth shops, and wood carving shops. Sometimes he would just stop in front of the trap and ask if we wanted to go in, even after telling him we were not interested!!!!
When we arrived at the ...