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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... triangle north of Kandy, return to Kandy for another night after the tour and then go south into the hill country.
We checked into our budget hotel and decided to go for a walk into the city centre and around the lake. Near the lake there is a daily cultural dance show and a large buddhist temple. We walked around the lake in the vicinity of the temple and a crazy guy started walking with us starting to talk about the history of the lake ...
... way and you almost feel criminal buying alcohol! Then back to hotel just as it started bucketing down ... We have been lucky with the weather really ... Seems to rain late afternoon but the days are fine. Went to 'the pub' around 7.30pm which was just round the next corner upstairs and met Lana from Ukraine who is living in Goa and Lisa from Adelaide. Had a couple of anarac cocktails and a good chat with Lisa. On ...
... At the border of the city we stop for a quick late afternoon lunch in a popular open air restaurant. They have 4 dishes from which, we learn while ordering, 2 are not available. Yesterday evening we had something similar so this is quite common here. Naast de tempel van de tand, waar de stoet vertrekt, is er een Pizza Hut van waaruit je evenveel kan zien voor de prijs van een pizza :-). Er zijn mensen die reeds om 10h in de voormiddag post vatten om een goeie gratis plek ...
... hour drive from our hotel. Set on Lake Gregory, this area is Sri Lanka's Little Britain, and the architecture shows this with many Tudor style homes, and of course the Grand Hotel, fit for Brits completing the Grand Tour of the world. We commence our ride, the weather sets in and it starts to rain lightly. We climb a part of the way, maybe 5 km before our descent starts. The rain gets a little heavy, but it's all down hill ...
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They say the salt of the Earth do things for their own sake. It’s as if all we can ever hope to accomplish is a sense of authenticity so pure and resolute that those ulterior motives of prestige and recognition melt from the edges of our endeavors. The causes we embody and the crosses we carry become the scars on the face of our identity. We feel the growth and sorrow of self questioning. We embark on the path of struggles and uncertainty ...