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... this information. At least back at base we have a room with a view and a balcony, the first on this trip. Roz did some washing until gin-a-clock when we sat watching the sun going down sipping from small water bottles turned into glasses, listening to the drumming and chanting coming from the Buddhist temple on the other side of the lake. The evening meal was similar with a few different vegetables dishes and still most enjoyable though I have to concede the soup maybe ...
... we looked at 2nd later on in the journey and it was exactly same! After 4 hours on the slowest train ever we finally arrived in Kandy!
The hostel we staying in was very clean and friendly would definitely recommend. And a lovely walk into the main town. The first day in Kandy did not stop raining!! We headed out to town with Kate an english girl we meet at the hostel. My boyfriend said he didn't feel well so after 5 minutes ...
... before the invading forces could reach him. Pretty sure there are some life lessons in there somewhere. One moving and unusual site at this rock fortress/palace was the "mirror wall". The mirror wall is a smooth/polished rock wall that was etched with graffiti from visitors to this site a very, very long time ago. The graffiti is now part of the history of Sigiriya Rock and has been preserved and translated for our enjoyment. Most of the writing takes the form of poems and messages ...
So this guy definitely thinks he's driving with the gorgeous Sandra Bullock on board... Only actually he's got approximately 80 of us sardined in this death trap en route to Kandy from Sigiryia. O.M.G. How do I begin to describe the following 2 and 1/2 hours?! Having let several similarly packed buses pass, with mutterings of what nutters would attempt to get on those with backpacks and no air con, it was clear we had no option but ...
... buffet by taking us out to a local restaurant. We went to a local fast-food restaurant in town which is apparently very popular amongst the locals. We had chicken kottu and hoppers, a traditional Sri Lankan dish. The food was absolutely beautiful but vey spicy, which combined with the enormous size of the meal and still not feeling great, barely looked like I'd touched it by the time I was done. Apparently Sri Lankan's each much larger portion sizes than most other places in the ...