Jetwing Vil Uyana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... and seemed longer to conquer. A third of the way up, I witness a dog fight... I see a pattern developing... Yesterday roosters fighting, today dogs... I wonder what animal fight tomorrow holds? At the halfway point of the rock, are ancient paintings called, Frescoes. Further on is a plateau, where the reason for the name "lion rock" becomes apparent. A giant pair of lion paws (once a whole lion) function as an entry to a palace (now destroyed) at ...
... experience in England or the rest of Europe.
once we arrived to Kandy I was met by a gentleman holding a sign with my name on it 'Nakasha', he didn't speak English sothe drive up to Wasgamuwa was quiet but he would still slow down or stop if he saw I had my camera ready to take a photo of the view or the monkey's chilling out at the side of the road.
the drive from Kandy to Wasgamuwa was about 3 and a half hours so once we arrived ...
... here just knowing they're the other side of the door! We are in a first floor apartment which is like a hut, 2 balconies no less! Many neighbours of the animal kind but no sign of human life near us as we are a little walk away from the main hotel. Bliss! A welcome dip in the pool and a leisurely evening has recharged the batteries for a full day of temples and religious monuments tomorrow. Yet another tasty meal for less than €8 this ...
... usual I ask the conductor again to make sure (I guess I am so paranoid of yes yes yes, hahaha). It took me about 15mins, it depends on how often the bus stops. I paid 30 rupees for the bus.
Arrived at Fort Colombo Bus Station, I took some pictures before I enter the Bus Station. I didnt take many because my feeling said I should go and find the Bus timetable first, if still have time I can walk back again and take more pictures. I asked one guy ...