Yala Safari Game Lodge
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Well we awoke to a phone call. Opps alarm never went off at 5am! It was now 550am our guide was wondering why we weren't down having tea and cake before our safari. Dam it! So quick dress grab of camera and by 6am we were on our way. We had a Jeep Safari driver who brought us and "whatshisname" (who is actually called Sami as suspected on day one …
... in the vicinity of Yala such as Saraii Village Sri Lanka. Bike Tours You can try out one of the popular modes of transport in Sri Lanka while holidaying in the country, where you have the opportunity to explore the nearby villages in a bicycle provided by the hotels. Due to the fact that you’ve got to ride under high temperatures with only a mild warm breeze to cool you down, the ...
... to have shore trail. The train from Colombo to Galle was pretty close to the beach.
There was a Sri Lankan guy talk to me, he asked me where I come from, where am I going to Galle? And How long have I been in Sri Lanka? From those questions, we kept the conversation going for quite awhile. He wish himself to work in abroad, he wanted to have a better life and currier. He is a vice of the principal at one of university in Sri Lanka, I said why do ...
... or no Buddhism, they really need to cull back some of these dogs.
As I mentioned the dogs are generally lying on the ground exhausted from the heat or passively trotting around. Still half asleep, one trotted up to me which I ignored until I heard a " chomp" and the mongrel had luckily missed my leg but had a nice firm grip on my shorts. I let out a yell and all the rangers thought it was a great joke, obviously the dog ...
... cacti dotted along the side of the road, and the air feels a lot drier and less suffocating than in Colombo.
The mission for the day is leopards, Yala's most famous yet elusive species. The leopards, particularly the older ones, have learnt to stay clear of vehicles on safari, and so consequently are very difficult to spot, unlike buffalo and boar, that seem to be everywhere. With the sun beginning to rise, we set off in search. After an hour or so, during which time we ...