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... a pile of rocks so it was lucky they moved it when they did)
But really a bit disappointed in the area. Too many Dagobas and not much else. Interesting all the same.
Started at 7.30 and finished about 3 – just before the rain. Seems to be a daily event each afternoon about 3. And heavy. At least it cools the air a bit although the humidity is still high. All my clothes feel damp although sweat has a bit to do with that. Not ...
... must have been meaningful in some way.
After sweating some more, we decided to make our way down, where we met Qunitus and found a must quicker way down. Although the way up passed by the mirror wall (no longer a mirror) and painted ladies (not really visible anymore), the way down would make for a much better way up and much quicker!
We stopped off at the museum somewhat dissapointed that there was no AC. As seems to be the case we didn’t understand why we ...
... I was oblivious to how close it actually was, Lani on the other hand almost had a heart attack. But as our guide told us, driving in Sri Lanka is a matter of inches. In all of our travels so far, Sri Lankan’s are definitely the craziest and most dangerous on the road.
We stayed the night in Polonnaruwa at this super cheap place called Luxman's Guesthouse. The owner, Luxman, was a quirky older guy who ensured we had the most ...
... phone, gesturing for me to pose with them. I then asked if I too could get a picture, more out of confusion about what was going on than anything. Throughout my time there, a lot of children kept staring and giggling at me, pretending to walk off then hiding round corners to get a better look. I now know what it feels like for animals at a zoo. After a quick trip to the train station to book my tickets to Negombo on Friday, I took a cheap lunch at a chain ...
... bathe in the afternoon heat - and judging by the groans of delight it is one of the few highlights of the elephants day. A mixed bag of feelings with this place. A quick lunch of soup and of again for an alleged 2 hour drive to our next hotel, our home for the next 3 nights! So 3 1/2 hours later we have arrived in Habarana. Cinnamon Lodge, home of the monkeys - Jesus they're everywhere. I know a great many of you who wouldn't even survive ...