Polonnaruwa Resthouse

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Cycle to Polonnaruwa 40km

A travel blog entry by j_harry

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... herds of elephants grazing the plains of the park. We sit and watch for an hour or so before heading back to park head quarters. Again another amazing experience and worth the effort of the travel. We return to our hotel, shower, change and grab a cocktail overlooking the lake. I think we will all miss the bikes, but looking forward to the next stage of our holidays. Love jase and ...

The Trip Story in Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by roythexplorer

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... br> We went back to Mt.Lavinia Train Station and waiting for the train to come. The Pork from Singapore “Beef Cheng Hiang” that I brought was really helpful for this trip. We ate this snack everytime we get hungry. Joy seemed like it very much and so do I :D

We sat on the banch, some people stared at us very strange and some other look very happy and smiled at us. The train is arriving, we bought 2nd class ticket so we have to wait ...

The one where Toby is a UN youth delegate...

A travel blog entry by tobyhb

... I realised that not only were there elephants on the beach but also some kind of mobile disco blaring out nineties techno in broad daylight. As darkness crept in, a party atmosphere sprung itself upon us out of nowhere, and before we knew it we were sweatily dancing by the side of the road to Ricky Martin and Toploader, alongside a load of topless youth delegates who will probably run their respective countries one day. The experience, like so many I've had ...

Good Vibrations

A travel blog entry by tobyhb

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... culture. After several awkward encounters I have reverted back to a simple "hello". So much for embracing the culture... It is probably for this reason that English is the preferred language, as it is a neutral ground for both major ethnic groups.

Anyway, after a week of orientation where I adjusted myself to the projects I would be working on, and to the different pace of life here, it so happened that our second week fell over the Sri Lankan new year, a ...

Sigiriya to Kandy and the Hill Country

A travel blog entry by patriciareiner

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... 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">We headed to Sigiriya rock, a massive piece of rock dating back to 300 BC. Something like an Asian Ayers rock, similarly red but smaller and full of vivid, beautifully conserved paintings of half naked ladies as they are serving the Buddha. Someone explain to me why on all ancient wall, canvas and wood paintings you see more than lightly dressed women with large, almost silicone-like breasts, yet when you go ...

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