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John Lennon sang those words way back in 1980 but they’re fairly fitting for the last 18 months of our lives. Since Dayna dragged me into a hotel bathroom in Seattle to let me know we were going to be parents, a lot of things have changed for us. At that point we had...read more
This blog is all about our 5 days in Hong Kong including where to stay and things to do but mostly where to eat! The food in Hong Kong was amazing!read more
We had the most amazing time on our Elephant Safari at Udawalawe National Park in Sri Lanka. We had hear that Yala National Park could be quite busy so we opted for a safari at Udawalawe National Park instead and it didn’t disappoint! We saw elephants, deer, water buffalo and heaps of different birds including eagles and huge peacocks. This safari in Sri Lanka was the highlight of our trip and we would go again in a heartbeat.read more
After the heat of Kandy and Dambulla, we were more than ready to head to the cooler, hilly region filled with Sri Lanka’s Tea Plantations. The temperatures were cooler and we were going to finally get to see how all this tea we drink is made. We were heading to Nuwara...read more
We loved our few days in Dambulla mainly because we had a great place to stay. Sevonrich Holiday Resort was definitely the best place to stay in Dambulla (...and no, they didn’t pay us anything to say that – they were just really good to us and we loved our stay...read more
We struggled hard to figure out how to get from Kandy to Dambulla on an Air-conditioned bus. There was basically nothing useful online and the tourist information offices in Kandy weren’t helpful at all. They preferred to focus on referring us to their own overpriced Taxi services instead (7000 LKR was quoted to us compared to the local buses that go for 70 LKR).
So read on if you want to know how to catch a local non a/c bus or an air-conditioned bus from Kandy to Dambulla…