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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... tonight so should be good. We had the most amazing dinner of egg roti with daal, string hoppers with chicken curry and chicken kohtu and together with three cokes it came to less than $8 the food was so tasty and so good. Back to resort for beer and then room. Interesting how our driver is now taking us to the best inexpensive eating houses so we pay for him! Not that we mind at all because it is so ...
... phone, gesturing for me to pose with them. I then asked if I too could get a picture, more out of confusion about what was going on than anything. Throughout my time there, a lot of children kept staring and giggling at me, pretending to walk off then hiding round corners to get a better look. I now know what it feels like for animals at a zoo. After a quick trip to the train station to book my tickets to Negombo on Friday, I took a cheap lunch at a chain ...
... visible. We spent a whole day here clambering through the monastic libraries, temples and kitchens formulating theories for what this or that bit did, piecing back together in our minds what each building might have looked like. Many of the most beloved Buddhist temples at Anuradhapura have remained in use and as the sun set on our first day we stumbled across a procession of hundreds of devotees, all dressed in white and chanting "sati, sati, saaaa". As they processed towards ...
... li>According to the Buddhist calendar the particular days are counted from the “Full Moon” (Poya). A new year begins after the “Full Moon” in May.
After finished the guided tour we stayed some more time inside of the Cave Temple and took some photos which wasn´t surprisingly prohibited.
Then we walked down to check the golden statue of Buddha which rises above the Buddhist Museum. The statue has 30 meters in height and it ...
... and thousands of mosquitos. When we wanted to catch a bus we had to stand anywhere close to the main road and hitchhike. In case you plan to proceed to Kandy afterwards it is much better to stay in Dambulla because you have to pass through Dambulla on the way to Kandy anyways. Thus, it happened to us that we were staying in Habarana but had to travel between Habarana and Dambulla every day which was a complete nonsense. Sometimes fellow travelers can give you good advice and sometimes simply not :) ...