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... through the forest reserve. Since the only way to get about this UNESCO world heritage site was by foot, we were all hoping that no leeches would find their way up our shoes! Eeek... I hate leeches! Though we were clad in leech socks and had applied leech soap, there was an inner calling that made me check my feet for leeches every couple of minutes.
Endemic Bird Sightings:
Ceylon Blue Magpie, White Headed Starling, ...
... cinnamon smell. We saw green bee eaters, blue kingfishers, another bright yellow and green bird, that was highly visible when it flew but almost impossible to spot once it landed. Red legged plover like birds, wild pigeons, small finches in busy flocks and 3 Osprey who were working the area. We spotted another large eagle with a yellow bill and head. Every couple of minutes we saw another water monitor, they were everywhere. We passed under one in a tree and shortly after ...
... to accompany. We have been there 2 of the nights we stayed in Deniyaya (our guesthouse charges 5 times the price).
Unfortunately we have to leave our cocoon once again and move on the next town. Days are flying by and we are now coming close to the end of stay in Sri Lanka already. The hill country, especially the east and south side is breathtaking and some of the best scenery I have seen in my life. It has definitely been a highlight of my experience in ...
... develop a strategy in order to ensure two seats next to each other. In the end it was not necessary because the train was half-empty. It was quite a pity that we didnīt manage to get to know the first class in Sri Lanka. Hopefully we will be luckier in India :)
We arrived in Colombo at about 18.30 and found a hotel close to the Indian Visa Application Center. Since we were quite fed up with local food we decided to have dinner in Pizza Hut. On the way there we asked a tuk-tuk ...
... After that, we went to a cinnamon island, where I got a free stick of cinnamon. But at a cost: my phone fell and broke. Now I won't be able to use it again. After the island, we went to a Buddhist temple, where we didn't do anything. After the temple, we went back to the dock, and had a surprisingly half-ass lunch. Afterwards, we went back ...