Sigiriya Village Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- 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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... not prepare anything. Just see and go on the spot, hahaha. Was not easy to convince myself and conquer the fear. Ignoring the fear by playing games in our cell phone is a great idea, and it works. I was busy with my gadget and
typing the story of this trip just to ignore my fear. Lol, 3,5 hours to get to Colombo from Kuala Lumpur, and 2,5 hrs different between Malaysia and Sri Lanka.
Story on 12 June 2014,Welcome to Sri Lanka
... because it involves platforms bolted on to the side of the rock that feel rickety at best, with a sheer drop to certain death on my left. When I finally reached the summit the view is truly breathtaking and encapsulates everything I had hoped Sri Lanka would be - preserved ruins of ancient singhalese culture, monkeys skipping playfully along the stone walls, and a 360 degree view spanning hundreds of miles. I could see mountains, valleys, jungles, lakes, towns and ...
... br> A storm was blowing in so we didn't get a sunset, but did get storm clouds full of lightning crashing around on the horizon.
We ran around on the top of the rock for a while, admiring the view, until the storm was getting too close and it was time to head down by the light of my headlamp.
When we got back to the temple we told the monks we were planning to bike home and they got very nervous.
Again, because of ...
On Tuesday and Wednesday, the others had their first days at work, and it was amazing how much quicker everything got done and how much we could finish in one day! So great to have the others to help with poo clearing! I think they enjoyed it too, especially their first time washing an elephant, Manika. We also had a, pretty hectic, cookery lesson on Wednesday. I think our teacher, Dissa, wasn't properly prepared for the lesson, and we ...
... a huge herd of elephants, around sixty in total that we could count. Babies and momma's and general elephant behaviour. It was start of something really exciting that had been laying in wait for most of my life being that elephants are my favourite animal. Seeing them in the wild is pretty special and I literally could have sat there all day watching them. The next morning was day one of the bike tour with a meeting at 7am and then getting straight on the bikes for a day trip. ...