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... Buddha which is kept here in a temple and which is driven around the city every year with a wide procession of elephants and dancers. To the chagrin of Sakula this festival is commercially exploited and the best seats are sold for 100€ while Buddhism is all about selfless deeds and cleaning up your karma as much as possible. De dag begint om 8h15 met een warm groen kruidendrankje waarvan je 100 jaar wordt. Ze menen het hier wel hoor! Na de groene toverdrank krijgen ...
... Plantations, where we are give a tour of the factory and shown the process of tea production. Interesting and very labour intensive. Some of the machinery dates back to the early part of the last century........not much has changed. We drink tea, eat cake and rest before the final part of our ride. This part of the ride is a little steeper and the road hairpins more frequently......so much fun. The rains has well and ...
... to splurge the extra 25 cents for second class -that's a whole samosa!) To the cultural capital of Sri Lanka; Kandy. There are there classes on the trains (first-ac assigned seating and bathrooms, second-assigned seating and bathrooms and third-12 seats for 40 people and a hole in the cart for the toilet) as well as different classes of trains ranging from new soft seated ones to old wooden seated ones. We were in an old train and were there early enough to get seats, which was ...
... the artists touched different parts of their bodies with a burning torch. Later they got into a trance and walked over burning coals. Gonzalo was truly fascinated by the fire show.
At 18.00 the dance performance was over and we hurried back to the Temple of the Tooth to witness the famous ceremony. Drummers started playing at about 18.15. Once we arrived at the temple we could see that people had already begun to queue. Now you are certainly asking: “Had begun ...
... guy. He took us to an amazing local restaurant to have doosas. Big pieces of flatbread, there was a tiny old many walking around with buckets of daal and coco it paste that her would slop on your plate. We ate with our hands and were served delicious masala chai....awesome. Then we all went to a really beautiful bar for a few drinks. It was really interesting talking to the local guy. He was retuning to Kandy to live, he too so much pride in his city. Talking to him ...