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
... view of the city as well, and there's something about being in an ancient area that really make you feel something.
On the way down, we ran into this guy who asked if we were British (I kept my mouth shut!), and after chatting it up with Greg and Dan for a bit, said he would take us to our next destination. He was the driver for 4 other girls who were traveling around, and as it turns out, the girls told me he is very racist against anyone who isn't British and acts ...
... The Sigiriya Rock Fortress, the UNESCO world heritage site could be seen from different angles atop the Pidurangala Rock. Mountain ranges, forests and water-ways were also among the breath-taking view.Truly a tranquil sight for your eyes!
Migratory Bird Sightings:
Indian Pita, Asian Paradise-flycatcher (white)
Visited Pidurangala Rock with family in January 2015.
We left Kandy the next morning and caught our bus up to Naula - a town where no tourists seem to exist, which after a day of a hectic whistle stop tour, was exactly what we needed. Yes, we saw the irony in wanting something less touristy, when we ourselves were prime examples of British tourists (rucksacks in tow, camera in hand), but we couldn't wait to be somewhere where we weren't surrounded by hoards of bumbag clad, ageing Europeans.
Arriving at the ...
... across quite a large area and we were very glad we had the tuk tuk to take us around especially as we only has 2 hours to see everything before we had to get our train.
We whizzed around - Harvinder kept reassuring us not to worry he was watching the clock for us - Becki and Josh got to see their first snake charmer too.
Finally at the last temple is the sight we were all waiting to see - the giant Buddhas.
We have ...
... stay at this hostel.
It's dinner time and I am thirsty, heading out to see around Bampalapitiya Junction area. To be continued ...
Story on 15 June 2014, The last day in Sri Lanka,
I woke up at 5.30am, the time zone kills me. I slept at 12pm and for uncertain reason I woke
up 5.30am, maybe because 2 months back I always woke up at 5am due to work. I just finished my work last week, so I am pretty sure it takes time to adjust ...