Sigiriya Village Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSigiriya Village Hotel
Lovely place, interesting clientele many of which seem culturally unaware or indifferent.
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... Jacqueline about the problems in the area whilst 5 elephants looked on from the other side of the 'tank' (lake) nearby.
filim crew and photographers departed so we were then able to go back to the tank and take a slightly closer look at the elephants that had come to check out the events of the day.
Back at the field house we all sat down and they explained a bit more of the issues in detail to me before we had dinner and some ...
... stop at Mt. Lavinia and were asking two students where is the hostel? They were so kind and helpful, they took us to Colombo Beach Hostel. They thought that Me and Joy are cousin or siblings, hahaha. Don’t be panic, there are many hotels, Inn, Resort and Guest House around Mt. Lavinia but the price were expensive. Colombo Beach Hostel charges 1,600 Rupees for 1 person and 1 bed in dormitory, No AC and breakfast. Wow....... this is insane. Joy and ...
... at the crack of dawn and managed, despite the best efforts of the local conmen, to negotiate a bus across an area of the country known as the Cultural Triangle to Anuradhapura, an ancient city and former capital of Sri Lanka during the golden years of Singhalese rule. After what seemed like hours of traipsing through the city in the heat of the day, we finally found a place to stay with a local family, who welcomed us with a hearty cooked breakfast. From there we set ...
... things- a lizard, a flying squirrel sleeping in a tree, an assortment of grey and brown birds.
Impressive he could spot them, but not really what you safari for.
Then we went around where the elephants sometimes are.
I spotted the first elephant, and as we got closer to it we were pleasantly surprised to see about 70 elephants grazing on the grass!
I guess in dry season you can sometimes see up to 400 ...
... but we didn't think it would be the best value place to buy them, so we declined. Back in Dambulla, we had a look around the Wholesale Produce Market. It was interesting to see such industrial quantities of fruit and veg, but it was most definitely a working market, so we tried to keep a low profile. We found ourselves constantly ducking out of the way of something, so we didn't stay too long, but it was a fun experience. For lunch, we visited a nearby hotel for some delicious ...