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Many temples also have a Stupa, a huge bell shaped structure with a single spire on top. There is no entrance. Buddhists walk barefoot in the gravel surrounding it 3 times to get into the frame of mind for meditation and prayer.
... http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mihintal e Our first site was in the village of Minhintale, just outside of Anuradhapura to see the ancient Buddhist temple complex on Minhintale hill thought to be 2550 years old. Thankfully we ascended to the top in the late afternoon as its a bit of a climb (1843 steps), but you are well and truly rewarded at the top. The good news is that you can stagger the climb by stopping at the second landing where you will find the ...
... children of the village to get their own school bus. The elephant corridor is where the majority of the conflict occurs, it is the route the elephants take when going from the national park to other areas of land as well as the route the children take to walk to and from school.
we stopped at the end of the corridor for SLWCS (Sri Lanka wildlife conservation society) and Jacqueline Fernandez to talk with the locals, farmers and ...
... and 19.30hrs. So now we have the information of Train’s departure from Colombo Railway Station.
Anyway, we were waiting for more than 30 minutes for the bus, bus #100 was rare to find. How
much it charged us from this stop to get to Mount Lavinia? It was 30 Rupees each, before you pay make sure you tell the conductor that you are going to stop at Mt. Lavinia (Colombo Beach Hostel is next to Odel Pub, this pub is very popular here).
... to cut my losses and go snorkelling off nearby Pigeon Island. I know this is somewhat self-indulgent, but Trincomalee was never high on my list of things to see, and the snorkelling was really fun. For those who have been before I won't bore you with the details but I saw thousands of tropical fish that I could only recognise from having watched Finding Nemo about 8 times, as well as several quite large nurse sharks that swam dangerously close!
The next day ...