Travel Blogs from Kandy
15th of April
Reached the hotel at 8 pm.
En route from Hikkaduwa, visited Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage.
Also visited ' The Temple of Tooth Relic ', where Gautam Buddha's tooth is preserved.
16th of April
Went to Dambulla, a Unesco world heritage site.
Here there are rock cave temples of …
Walked to Sigiriya lake and around to see birds before breakfast - then quick swim before leaving at 9 for kandy. Again sunny. Flat ride to Dambullah where stopped briefly to see golden Buddha at foot of rock temples. Road then climbed slowly through different tropical vegetation with lots of spice gardens.
Stopped at one for tour. Very tidy …
I'll just lump all of my Ayurveda treatments in the Amaya Hills Resort in this entry even though the various treastments happened on consecutive days.
A first the doctor took a look at me, took my blood pressure and my pulse, asked a couple of general questions and I had to fill put a short questionnaire. Then I was introduced to my therapist. …
... is what an ayurvedic oil massage of the feet feels like, warm, wet and slightly disturbing, also very relaxing.
After I was oily aaaall over *mrow* ;o) I went and sat in soup.
Well, not really, but it looked and smelled like it. And after I sat down it even had the grease drops. The scattered flower petals helped with the look of the …
Having arrived I can't get over the breathtaking views that ambush me all the damn time, just turning basically any corner, including my own bathroom.
The hotel is located high in the hills above the town proper. The lobby is open on three sides with seating arranged for maximum enjoyment of the view across the valley.
My room is spacious …
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center