Amaya Lake

Address: PO Box 12 Kandalama Dambulla, Dambulla, 21100, Sri Lanka | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort is located on PO Box 12 Kandalama Dambulla, Dambulla.
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      The Trip Story in Sri Lanka

      A travel blog entry by roythexplorer on Jun 11, 2014

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      ... 5 minutes towards the Colombo Railway Station (to the right side, when you cross the street from Fort Colombo Bus Station). You will see Bus Stops there, you stop here and wait till the bus comes. Joy and I went to the Railway Station to get the timetable for tomorrow from Colombo to Galle. The ticket guy told us, there are 9 times a day from Colombo Railway Station to Galle, starts from 6:55hrs, 8.30hrs, 10.30hrs, 14:25hrs, 15:50hrs, 16.45hrs, 17.25hrs, ...

      Turtles, leopards, pujas and food poisoning

      A travel blog entry by tobyhb on May 27, 2014

      ... are really not designed for land). There is no way of describing this experience without sounding incredibly wanky, so I won't even try not to. To be honest, it was nothing short of magical. These turtles remember the beach that they were born on, and return there, often covering hundreds of miles, to lay their eggs. So, couple this with the fact that turtles predate even the dinosaurs, and it follows that this beach must have been the nesting site for this family of turtles ...

      Chapter 3: Where a monkey steals Toby's shirt

      A travel blog entry by tobyhb on May 22, 2014

      ... the King Vattagamini, who used the caves as a hiding place during his exile, and who consequently had the temples constructed by way of thanks.

      Once we had finished at the temples, we briefly stopped off at the homestay before getting a bus back to Colombo. The bus ride epitomised the best and worst of Sri Lankan public transport. When we got on, the bus was already massively overcrowded, with people hanging out of doors and windows. But in Sri Lanka it ...

      Sigiriya

      A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 20, 2014

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      ... rupees, but I declined, because I remembered a scary experience in KL in 2005. They made the price 300 rupees, but I didn't take it. That was not a big trouble. The real trouble was caused by a local guy and a policeman. They said the public bus had finished at 5 pm and it was quater past 5 at that time. I was disappointed, but I tried to wait for a while, because I didn't believe them. They suggested to me that ...

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