Sigiriya Village Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sigiriya
... Lanka. El came before 12pm and we did not talk so much about this changing plan. We were so tired, so we take a rest. Unfortunately the mosquito was annoying… made so much noisy and suck so much blood from us. I put my mosquito repellent that I brought from Indonesia. I was lucky to have this with me, otherwise I couldn’t sleep the whole night. Joy was bitten by the mosquito very bad. Not only Joy who was fighting with the mosquito, but also ...
... of Sir Alex Ferguson, whilst he was stuck managing a huge caseload of desperately poor patients. Whilst what he said was true to an extent, I got the feeling he was trying hard to appear as a martyr.
It also became apparent throughout the day that his approach, whilst probably more progressive than in much of Sri Lanka, was still archaic, and relied heavily on a medical model of mental health that in the UK is now seen as outdated. Everything is diagnosed ...
... toys and winter clothes (essentials for every traveler ha ha) we booked into a lovely guest house on a terrace full of gardens and cute animal friends. The village is a very important religious location to many people. There is no alcohol, swearing or loud music allowed. you may be wondering why we chose to work so hard to get to this unremarkable place, well it is at the base of a mountain (the highest in Sri Lanka) that houses the foot print of the first moment ...
... slippery marble, some slippery concrete, others slippery metal. Surprisingly I didn't fall over! The steps were initially heading right up into the rock face. Then we were faced with a spiral staircase. With the views out across the horizon. Not good for a fear of heights. But at the top - some very old frescos painted onto the side of the rock. These images are famous across Sri Lanka - I recognised them from all the touristy adverts and framed pictures in ...
After a hot and sweating night I woke up early, had a big breakfast and headed out to climb lions rock. It was good to head out before the unbearable heat of the day set in. Although relatively tough climb, you could take it slow and stop, quite frequently in my case, to enjoy the views. It was incredibly windy on the way up which was actually a blessing in disguise as it was not so hot. I spent at least a good hour up at ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsSigiriya Village Hotel
Lovely place, interesting clientele many of which seem culturally unaware or indifferent.
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