The Kandy House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... agreed amount and walked in side. Thinking about the distance covered, the guy that did the deal probably set them up. We spent a little time booking transport and accommodation, and trying to book train fares, the latter without success. We had issues opening our safe but had to leave it as we wanted to see the Kandy dancing so got reception to organise a couple of Tuk-Tuk's. The same two drivers from this morning turned up. We asked if they had fuel before we headed off - ...
... up to restaurant to have late lunch of banana flower, daal, fish, chicken, spinach and potato curries. No paper dams today and long sweet chillies weren't as nice but for $6 who's complaining ... Col left a $1 tip. Our driver and guide were the best ... Makes us realise how bad Sasi was. The driver took things slowly and the guide spoke good English and pointed out things along the way so a very ...
... a slightly more expensive room (£5 each instead of ££3.75) that overlooked the trickling stream at the end of the garden, before settling in for a cup of tea and a dish of vegetable fried rice. Retiring to our room with a couple of beers, we watched a few Ted talks before desperately trying to get some sleep before our ridiculous climb a mere 4 hours later. 2am rolled around all to quickly, and we stumbled out of bed and layered up for our hike. As we had ...
... has No seat belt on! We eventually arrive to our next hotel mid-drama - I hop out to distract "whatshisname" while Keith's monkey arm retrieves the box. Phew! Well the evening was not too eventful with a lovely dinner overlooking the pool. But then we were in the pool bar when we were witness to the best bit of Xfactor - **** singers! Oh dear God it was painful! So bad it was actually entertaining. Check out the video! It was Lionel Ritchie ...
... in the chilly darkness. I was the second one from my group to the top and felt quite pleased with myself for my relative fitness!
At the top was one of those experiences of too many people crowded into too small a space, packed like sardines all staring towards the east. First light on the horizon; hope I don’t get pushed over; orange and red mixing with the shades of blue; hope I don’t get crushed; sun’s about to come up; not sure I can get my hands ...