Sigiriya Village Hotel
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- Room service
- 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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Travel Blogs from Sigiriya
... from the crowd, and we felt we were about to witness something just a little bit special. As light levels increased we saw the landscape emerge from the darkness. Then there was an audible gasp as something entirely unexpected happened. A slither of the bright red sun pierced the cloud merely two thirds of the way to the horizon. It was unreal and unfathomable until you realised that we were looking down on the cloud horizon, which is much higher than the true horizon, allowing ...
... These were rolled back so we could stand up and get a better view out across the countryside, dodging the occasional low branch (which became an increasingly bad idea as the day progressed). They drove us to a store where we could have bought water. They quickly realised this was a bad call and drove us to a hole-in-the-wall place where were were able to buy 4 large bottles of Lion beer. We climbed back aboard, started polishing off the Lions, ...
... a safari in nearby Minneriya national park. To make it a bit less heavy on the wallet, we are advised to try to find another couple to go with us and share the cost of the jeep. I chat to a Belgian couple on the way to Sigiriya (in French) and find them wondering around so I asked them and they are up for it. They accept gladly so we organise ourselves and depart that afternoon to spend a few hours spotting animals. The experience is so rewarding. Trying to spot animals in the wild ...
... others. Vegetable Fried Rice was 250 Rupees, this is the cheapest place to eat. The cheapest Vegetable Fried Rice at other places was 400 Rupees. Me and Joy ordered Fried Rice and El ordered Dhal & Chicken Roti and 3 cokes as our drink. Guess what? There were 5 guys cooking our food, 10 hands is not a good idea to cook… hahaha. They did not washing their hands mannnnn… they touch and hold anything and they cook, not only that… I saw ...
So after the interesting experience of attending a UN conference all week, I decided to have a (relatively) relaxed weekend, so three of us embarked for the sleepy west-coast resort of Tangalle. It is currently the off-season for tourists, so when we arrived we had an entire beach to ourselves. The only restaurant on the beach was in the process of being knocked down, but the owner (who came from Peckham...) offered to do us a BBQ on the beach. So the men dug a hole and cooked ...