- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Lankans would have lived in them apparently well before the time of 'Christ'. Some 2700 years ago. My bet is the monkeys, of which there are loads, pre-date even that.
And still it ****** down. Sigiriya was discounted then hastily put back on the agenda as the sun broke from nowhere while we ate lunch. But tuk-tuk boy had a plan he wanted to carry out first. We must visit the spice gardens. We were given no choice. It was free he said. Yeah right.
As soon as we ...
... papadams (sometimes with mango chutney). The plate ends up as a mishmash of the lot and so far they’ve all been delicious.
We only spend 1 night in Kandy and then headed off on our 3 day/2 night tour of the cultural triangle before returning back to Kandy for an additional night. On our second night we arrived late in the afternoon and left early the next morning. Again, we didn't take many photos in Kandy, but mainly on the way.
... and plan to climb tomorrow morning. We are staying in a guesthouse held by extremely friendly owners who cook us dinner (we meet another 4 travellers that will do the climb also). Our guidebook says the best meals in Sri Lanka are cooked in a home (the dining out culture is not very present here) and it is spot on. She treats us to two different kinds of curry with different rice, some fried banana and a salad. I ...
... to Delhousie so had to jump off at the bottom of the road and take a tuktuk - fortunately the school kid next to me with whom I'd already chatted confirmed I'd missed the last bus and agreed that the price of the pre arranged tuktuk by the conductor was fair. He could have been in on the scam but I don't think so.
After changing tyres half way up the hill in the dark and a steep 15km journey I finally made it to the guesthouse I had in mind, had ...
... is only 72 klm but it is all down hill. NE sits at about 2 1/2 thousand metres above sea level and Kandy about 400 metres. I was freezing when I departed but as I got lower in elevation I thawed out. The roads were perfect and the ride was absolutely awesome. It was like a 2 hour run of Bathursts Mount Panorama. The bike handled beautifully and a few smiling locals would challenge me for a stint but the Honda left them in our wake. The views were breathtaking and ...