Sundaras Resort

189 Kandy Road, Dambulla, 7777, Sri Lanka | Resort
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This resort is located on 189 Kandy Road, Dambulla.
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    Travel Blogs from Dambulla

    The Trip Story in Sri Lanka

    A travel blog entry by roythexplorer on Jun 11, 2014

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    ... and 19.30hrs. So now we have the information of Train’s departure from Colombo Railway Station.

    Anyway, we were waiting for more than 30 minutes for the bus, bus #100 was rare to find. How
    much it charged us from this stop to get to Mount Lavinia? It was 30 Rupees each, before you pay make sure you tell the conductor that you are going to stop at Mt. Lavinia (Colombo Beach Hostel is next to Odel Pub, this pub is very popular here).
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    Turtles, leopards, pujas and food poisoning

    A travel blog entry by tobyhb on May 27, 2014

    ... was home to the famous Yala National Park, a prime spot for safari. It took all day to get there, and we crashed out as soon as we arrived, awaking at 4am the following morning to drag our bleary eyes out of bed and into the morning darkness. After about an hour of driving, we reached the entrance to the park, which is marked by a huge elephant skull. As we entered (we travelled by jeep), I noticed how much more dusty and dry the landscape is than in other parts of Sri Lanka. There ...

    Sigiraya Rock - a real Game of Thrones story.

    A travel blog entry by deetour on May 25, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Adams peak climbed

    A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on Apr 26, 2014

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    ... young, old and crippled who were climbing. Yes it was inspiring at times, and it's good that they have the faith, but at times particularly with some of the children it just made me question whether too much emphasis was placed on religion at times, children crying as they climbed steps at the top is rather heartbreaking. The various abilities on the narrow steps at the top also make it harder to negotiate and get around people. We had arrived in good time to see the ...

    The view from the top is always the same

    A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Mar 30, 2014

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    ... 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 ...