Palm Garden Village Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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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... of King Devanmpiyatissa (3rd century BC) enshrining the right collarbone of the Buddha, His alms bowl and other relics.
Ruvanveli Dagoba built by King Dutugemunu who ruled the country in the 2nd century BC is a huge dagoba measuring 103 metres in height with a circumference of 287 metres.
Jetavana dagoba was built in the 3rd century AD by King Mahasena. It is an enormous
brick structure standing ...
... path and then out of nowhere a monkey appeared to my left, we both looked at each other and gave each other a fright. We hadn’t noticed each other and he got a scare and then jumped at me, kicking me with both his legs and pushing me off the path and down a small ledge and onto some rocks, I kept my feet luckily. Afterwards it was pretty funny, but also a reminder not to get too close, even though I didn't mean to, because they can be violent, ...
... in for a couple of hours of prayer and meditation. A local lady even came over to ask if we wanted to join, but warning that it'd be for at least two hours, we reluctantly headed back for our tea. Waking up the next morning, I decided to have a lazy one (because that's a decision I am lucky enough to make as a solo traveler), and try to save some money before I met Paul the next day. After s late breakfast and many a Ted talk, I was joined by another ...
... and make them when I get home. We are eating vegetarian quite regularly because the food is so good and tasty, there isn't always a need to eat meat. I haven't been sick at all and I get fed a giant plate of fruit each morning, walk all day and no alcohol other than an occasional beer, so it may be the healthiest holiday I have ever had!
We bicycled everywhere to see all the sites and they were amazing tracks and lanes, often ...
... and giant frogs. It was a great day. I had planned on spending 2 hours going to a temple on the hill and after 5 hours with my new friend I still hadn't made it there. After a lesson on opening the mind and the minimalistic stance on life I started my climb to the temple which was run by the corrupt monks of a different sect of Buddhism. The contrast between the two was intense. The temple had a 5 dollar entrance fee, donation boxes every few feet, ...