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A stroll around the Lake and taking a break by sitting on one of the lakeside seats is a fantastic way to enjoy the beautiful view for a few hours. The area around the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is particularly nice for a leisurely walk.
Bahirawa Kandha is one of the most noticeable natural formations in Kandy. "Bahirawa" is a mythical demon-like figure with a distinct appearance and Bahirawa Kandha, ...
After finally arriving, it was dark, and our guesthouse had arranged for a friend to pick us up in his tuk tuk. Okay, so first experience in a tuk tuk was in the rain, up the steepest, bumpiest little road into the hills!! I was clinging on for dear life, whereas Grace thought it was the best thing ever haha! Trying to keep my rucksack from falling out the 'boot' by leaning against it, holding on tight, and watching the view as we went higher up the hill was lots of fun ...
... Mawathia road. Its free, the view will not disappoint and you can see all of Kandy in its glory. On way my down I found a shorter path down past the royal gardens, having taken the long way up the hill. (Well I wanted to stay in shape didn't I?)
Kandy feels like a cross between Da Lat and Banos, having been lucky enough to visit both of those places. The Malwatta Monastery sits on the side of the lake. Sadly its in a state of repair right now, I tried to ...
Last night we met a 16 year old German girl called Benta, she is travelling on her own...and hating it! To be honest I think I would hate it too if I was 16 and on my own on the otherside of the world. Feeling ancient at the grand old age of 25 we have taken her under our wing and agreed to go to the tea factory with her this morning.
ITS AN ACTUAL FACTORY!! We got out of the tuk tuk expecting a ...
... we knew it, we are at the summit! The first thing you’ll notice is this one single tree smack in the middle of your path when at the plateau. Yes, it was just as we pictured. The summit is not a massive cone. It was a plateau. Like a massive cricket ground with an extra extra long ‘Long On’ and ‘Fine Leg’ and a really really short ‘Mid Wicket’ and ‘Deep Extra Cover’. We explored the
plateau from one corner ...