The bus ride to Puerto Iguazu was great! We’re in the “cama” class, the padded seats are wide and recline almost fully. After an 18 hours ride, we’re less tired than after 8h in Asia. Ah, it’s a good start.
That’s it, we left Sri Lanka. We’ve been travelling for a month already… it started slowly but then went by very fast. It’s time to move to our next destination! So what did we think about Sri Lanka?
We spent 2 weeks between Arugam Bay and Negombo. Here’s our view on all the places we found on the way.
To give you a quick idea, the cultural triangle is made of 3 very important cities in Sri Lankan history. Each was the capital of Sri Lanka at some point: Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Sigiriya. It took us ages to remember those names! haha
We stop at Dambulla on our way to the cultural triangle. The city seems pretty small and not that exciting until we get to the Royal Rock temple. Located at the top of a hill, it’s made of 5 separate caves containing 150 Buddha statues.
We land at 4.30am at the Colombo airport. It’s already very hot and humid. A few hundreds of people are waiting and shouting right outside. It’s packed, we need to elbow our way out. We start bargaining straight away with a few cab drivers and jump into a taxi to go the hotel where we rest for a few hours.