Travel Blogs from Kandy
... way you live your life and the way you act but they live in a static class system where at birth it is decided in which class you are born and are doomed to remain in your entire life... Tijd om te gaan slapen want hier gaan we vandaag toch niet wijs uit raken en daarbij wat heeft het voor zin om erover te filosoferen want morgen is toch niet aan de orde! Time to go to bed because we'll never get out of this today anyway and it is no use to become philosophic because tomorrow is irrelevant ...
... and headed to the Amaya Hills, a spa resort with great views over the city. We stayed there all afternoon, starting with some Ayurveda treatments before lounging by the pool and enjoying the views of the rolling hills in the mist.
On 12 April, we met with a new driver and said goodbye to our driver Dimutu as he couldn’t drive us to Weligama. Time to head south, to the ...
... mountain so as not to delay them with having a shower and then having to make a statement at the police station, most of the way down was a run which gave me plenty of time at the bottom but also when combined with my speed ascending the hill prior to this left me with amazingly stiff legs for a good few days after.
Showered and packed I headed to the police station, gave my statement and found that in their incident book there was at least one ...
Today was our first non-riding day in the World Heritage listed town of Kandy. The whole group declined the offer of the elephant orphanage and we set out for a free day just hanging around town. There is a. Beautiful ornamental lake that was created just to make the town and the most famous temple - the temple of the tooth - look stunning. Apparently a 4 km lap which we did after breakfast. The after some helpful advice from the locals we jumped on a local bus for the ...
... breakfast with the family and lecture at SIBA university. Yumm for breakfast, our Sri Lankan auntie prepared us coconut milk rice with honey as well as avocado with honey and of course our morning tea. Delicious! Most definitely one of the dishes I will be learning to prepare and bring back to America. After breakfast we take the shuttle 5 minutes down the road to attend class with our professor from West Chester. Today we had monk Ushi accompany us as well as ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking