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... my own live David Attenborough segment when a giant lizard (at least 4ft long) ate a small turtle, whole, shell and all. There were also a colony of monkeys living on top of the market rooftops and a pelican fishing in Kandy lake. Oh and I saw an elephant, it was riding on the back of a flatbed truck on a roundabout in Colombo rush hour just as nature intended.
We spent the best part of a day standing up on trains getting from the southwest to the hill country, which ...
... the cupboard....by gone she meant it was hiding under it. She then started laughing when I said it was still and told me to "be brave". Now the fact that I was still in the same room as it was very brave by my standard! I stayed on top of the chair, then our little friend decided to run across the room again, so I jumped off the chair and ran to the safety of outside! And there I stayed for the next half hour ...
... truly a sight to behold.
After seeing this, it was approaching 7am, so we searched for a guesthouse nearby to get food. We stumbled upon a cute little house nestled in the trees nearby, where we gratefully devoured eggs and rotti, whilst overlooking the great waterfall. Someone remarked that this would be the ideal place to write a novel, and I have to agree. The woman who lived there suggested we climb through the forest to the top of the waterfall and into ...
... funky smells which we were then stuck with for the rest of the day! We then had the opportunity to buy any of the products, however there were some fairly hefty price tags attached to everything, so I let the rest of the group stock up on the funky smelling creams. Departing Matale, it was back on the road heading to our final destination of the day, Kandy. Our hotel was located on the top of a fairly steep hill which our bus struggled to get up and there were a ...
... color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">On the way, near a town called Matale we stopped at a spice garden and for some lunch. Our driver probably had some commission influenced connections there, but we did not mind as it was very educational to learn about all the different spices, how they look like before they get packaged into the typical spice jars, what they grow on, when they grow, and especially, what kind of ...