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... service going on and all the people were sat around a fire while what looked like the high priest read to them. It was nice to watch. We then arrived in Kandy at our hotel. It is in the hill overlooking the city and Michael chose it for the monkeys that visit your room! We said goodbye to Danushka as he is off back to Negombo. We wrote in his guest book that he shows to potential customers. Tourists from all over had written in there Michael is going to look into ...
... streets on the north wears corner of the lake. The town is a UNESCO world heritage site. Lots of shops selling random piles of things - huge piles of rice, terracotta oil burning dishes, remote controls....! There were a couple of church's dotted around. The supermarket was fun - looking at all the different foods. Bought some more Bombay mix - there was a whole aisle just for this!! And some rice crackers. They don't seem to do crisps at all here. For lunch I had a dosa ...
... when we were a little late back one night she was outside waiting for us so she must have realised we are legends.
We rented bikes to explore the ruins which cover quite a few square miles. The bikes were the sort of thing the kid rides at the end of Goodnight Mr Tom, and looked like they could have been made during the 40s too. We recruited a guide who said it was no problem that we were on bikes and pulled up on his motorbike. He was slightly faster than us. He ...
... hr head start.
Its 5200 well lit, proper stairs to the top! Luckily there are a few shops along the way where you can rest and have some light snacks and hot tea.
It will be cold up there while waiting for the sun to rise. Make sure to grab a good seat as there will be alot of people up there as well.
Sun started rising at about 5.30am. I would say its very rewarding as this is the most beautiful sunrise I ever seen in my ...