For my family, Yala National Park feels like second home. That is all thanks to my brother’s passion for leopards. Growing up, I used to make fun of his craze, as he sacrificed many hours in his teens to spot leopards in wild.
Overdue post but it is better late than never. This might be useful for anyone who is planning to visit Batticaloa, wanting to go to that end of the country and see how it is, rather than a super luxury bank-corrupting stay.
There is something special that Sri Lankans are blessed with, when it comes to holidays. The Long weekends! You cannot compare the happiness you get, when you spot a Full Moon Poya Day or some other national holiday fallen in either Friday or Monday.
A blank few weeks from our end. We didn’t get to travel anywhere since Bentota. That would be, after September. All our weekends were packed with personal commitments, Office work and just being lazy and staying at home. There are so many places in our “To Go” list but something gets in our way.
Hunas Falls is mostly known as a Honeymoon destination, when Central Province is considered. The hotel is known for it’s picturesque setting with mist, mountains and of course, the Waterfall. Our visit to the hotel was just to have a small break, while we visited Sembuwatta Lake. It would have been ideal if we got to spend a night,
This post is going to be a social service! Before we set off to see Sembuwatta Lake, I googled so much, to figure out how bad the journey would be. Because, from everyone who visits the place, I hear that the road is really bad. I needed real details! How bad?