The Senani Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Senani Hotel Kandy
Lovely hotel, magnificent view of Kandy and surrounds. Big, clean spacious rooms with great service and a nice pool. Easy access to Kandy and nice jewellery shop attached.
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Sunday is a day of rest, well not in Sri Lanka, but either way today was a lot more low key. We started early by going to the Temple, praying and leaving some food for the monks. Arriving back to the hotel for our own breakfast we walked a short way to watch a batik demonstration, followed by a tour of the shop. The products varied from small …
... to see something. I saw a guy and asked if he spoke English. Luckily, he did and we ended up walking the same way and eventually started talking. A local man then started talking to us and walked us to the Kandyan dance show...without us really knowing where, or to what, we were going. The dance show was inside a small theatre and quite a show it was. It was a group of 12 or so performers and they danced traditional dances and played music. They finished the show with a fire piece ...
... treatment is necessary.
Low(ish) resource medicine
Sri Lankan doctors have to toe a tricky line between best
practice and economic practice. The senior doctors are well versed in the
latest findings in big Western journals but these studies often assume
resources limitations are negligible. The reality in Sri Lanka is week-long
waits for endoscopy, MRI, echos and waiting until novel drugs go off-patent
We were awaken by the local birds this morning -peacocks and chickens. Our accommodations are located beside a small river which allowed for sightings of monkeys and kingfishers. A few members of our group awoke early to sit by the river and the staff brought down tea and coffee for us to drink. Two lucky students stayed in the tree house last night - beautiful accommodation set above the river. This morning we are off for a hike to the boxer of Yala National ...
... bought out a massive Python and wrapped it round Paul's shoulders and then added a smaller one to the fray, with snakes everywhere I snapped a few shots of Paul and we headed back to the car park to meet our tuk tuk driver. On the way back we stopped for some Sri Lankan lunch - beetroot curry, banana bread curry and dhaal with rice and popadoms, delicious. In the evening we took a walk around town, shared a pizza and went back to No26D to shower and pack our bags ready for tomorrow.