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... Railway Station of Mt. Lavinia area. I don’t know exactly how many kilos it was, but I think it was about 1 to 2 kilometers. We walked from our Guest House to get to Mt. Lavinia Railway Station for 20 minutes. On the way from Guest House to Railway Station I stopped at one mini store to buy a pair of sandal because I didn’t bring mine, the sandal costs me 250 Rupees (around 2 USD). We arrived at Mt. Lavinia Station 20 minutes before ...
... from all over the world who, having not seen the poverty and inequality that we've seen, may well have taken this at face value.
Having said this, the experience was pretty spectacular. When we arrived, we were greeted by a sea of colour, with hordes of saari-clad women and kandyan drummers forming two lines along a procession, through which we walked up the path to the conference centre. Above were the flags of every country in the world. The ...
... is a trained dancer and it was a relief to see them both a bit puffed as I dragged my puce face and screaming legs and relieved sherpa onto the most amazing 1.6 hectares of ruins I have ever seen.
We stood on what felt like the top of the world, fresh morning, eating fresh fruit and sharing it with a couple of the ubiquitous stray dogs that had somehow clambered to the top and I had one of those moments where everything in the world is ...
... questionable maneuvers. Living proof that men can multi-task after all...
I can also honestly say that Sri Lankan people are among the most friendly and courteous I have ever met. When I arrived I was concerned that people might display some hostility toward westerners, particularly given the history of colonial rule, and the recent rhetoric from world leaders regarding the human rights abuses perpetuated by the government here. But people have been delighted ...
... it. I was once again struck by how lucky I really am. the view was a 360 panoramic including lakes, jungle, city, sigiriya and many pagodas. it is easy to see why ancient civilizations build temples in mountains. the next stop on our tour was a man made lake. They didn't clear the forest before they built the lake leaving hundreds of dead trees sticking out of the lake. It is really creepy. Once again there was a school field ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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