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
... steam room. We then had an aromatic tea (which I liked, guess who didn’t) and drive home via the shops for some beer and cokes.
Excellent meal and Rob, despite the fact he was a bit dragged to the massage/steamer, had to admit he felt very good!
Unfortunately it seems the weather is better tomorrow so the driver has suggested I’m up and ready (again) for 8am and a steep ...
... offered to pick us up from Dambulla and take us back to our cabana, as he was in town with his family buying supplies for a big party they were hosting for the police force the next night. He and his wife disappeared for about an hour, leaving their four year old daughter, Natasha, behind us in the back of their people carrier. Initially shy and heavily engrossed in a scooby do film that she was watching, she quickly became an absolute menace. A proper cutie at ...
... was soon stopping for water and looking for distractions. The younger legs of Becki & Josh were managing the steps much more easily and Bryan was taking it slowly too.
At the half way point there was a cave very similar to the cave we saw yesterday which had some very old cave art in. It was quite beautiful.
Onwards and upwards and we marched on up to the top. It got ...
... paid 400rupees to drop me to Railway Station and then drops him at the fortress and take him to the hotel. I spent 15minutes on the tuktuk to reach Railway Station. El drops me off at Railway Station and he continues his trip. I immediately ran onto ticket counter because I didnt know what time the train is leaving. I bought the 2nd class ticket, do not expect to have a seat. I was sitting on the floor, right next to the door. I still wasnt so sure where ...
... as you do not also pose in the photo yourself, but I think in this instance I may have made a cultural faux-pas, as people nearby seemed to become quite upset with me. One man even approached me, grabbed my arm and started shouting, so I ran off quickly down the road!
After returning to my guesthouse to shower, Nimal (the man I met on the train yesterday) arrived in a tuk-tuk to take me back to his house. When we arrived, he took me straight to his local temple, where I laid ...