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We’ve had a wonderfully sunny week, given its meant to be
monsoon season, and have made the most of it with a couple of trips to the pool
and dinner at a rooftop bar with the sunset. Today I even made a half-hearted
attempt at keeping fit and went for a run around the lake in town. This was
much to the amusement of the locals seeing a red-faced white man staggering
along the path. Sri Lankans are not famous for their running, but every morning
in the tuk-tuk ...
... br> We looked around the shops, bought Kirst's super-awesome elephant trousers and after being refused entry to the Temple of the Tooth due to Grahame's skimpy shorts (which were actually way below knee length) we went for some lunch and a walk around the lake.
As we couldn't go into the temple we decided to instead go to see the World War Memorial...........we walked a few miles around Kandy following the map to ...
... into the rock with fabulous Buddha statues and amazing decorations all over the ceilings. There are five caves - caves 1,2 and 4 are 1C BC and then caves 3 and 5 were done in the 13C. They all are amazing but the second one is truly spectacular. The carved Buddhas, the paintings all over the ceiling. Before we leave there is a spectacular big red sunset but no clear view to Sigaryia Rock. Our hotel is the Geoffrey ...
... 1084;. Первы 84; сюрпр 80;зом будет то, что озеро доста 90;очно мален 00;кое и наход 80;тся в ...
... were many) so it felt a little chaotic.
To be honest, Kandy was not our favourite city. It was very busy and touristy. One thing that frustrated us was that we could not find fresh Sri Lankan food for dinner. Western food, Indian and Chinese cuisine were prevalent, but not Sri Lankan. When we asked at our guesthouse, we were informed that you can only get Sri Lankan food early in the day. However, our host agreed to make us some ...