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... 187 from outside of the airport, but when I asked security at the arrival hall he directed me to take Highway Bus from parking lot of Bandaranayake Airport. When you walk through the arrival gate, you will see there are buses parking and open the door. Just see where everybody’s going with their backpack or sometimes suitcase, then you ask or follow them. It was raining when I arrived, the information and sign wasn’t so clear about the highway ...
... as you do not also pose in the photo yourself, but I think in this instance I may have made a cultural faux-pas, as people nearby seemed to become quite upset with me. One man even approached me, grabbed my arm and started shouting, so I ran off quickly down the road!
After returning to my guesthouse to shower, Nimal (the man I met on the train yesterday) arrived in a tuk-tuk to take me back to his house. When we arrived, he took me straight to his local temple, where I laid ...
... very crowded busses and arrive 4h later at our destination – traveling is just as much part of the journey as the destination itself. In Anuradhapura we rented bicycles and cycled to Mahavihara where the cultural buildings, the oldest tree (in the world…? Not quite sure), brazen palace and the shining white Dogobas reside. The overall day seemed almost to
be spent in a conspicuous park filled ...
... local way of life, how easy we have it in the West and lecturing on the megawatts of happiness they have and we take for-granted. The simplicity that seems to flow through everything when traveling also comes to mind. This leads me to think of how "real-life" problems are set aside, the possessions that seemed to define who you are back home are no longer relevant and what matters most is the here ...
... and we enjoyed a fresh fruit breakfast. The drive to pollunawara took us through winding forest roads. We arrived at the ticket office, purchased our tickets and moved on to the museum to learn about the history and importance of the site. We then continued on to the site to explore the vast ruins that had been brilliantly preserved due to the site being undiscovered for hundreds of years hidden in thick forest. We walked and drove ...