made the effort to grab a tuktuk to take me out to see this majestic 700 year old beauty, and was so pleased i did.
With a trunk circumference of over 20 metres and 7 metres high it is a sight to behold. Very spectacular to see, a tree that would have a thousand stories to share about all the people that have walked past, touched it, sat under and watched it grow over 7 centuries.. an amazing specimen with a lot of character, and amazing that its still intact given the devastation and destruction that's gone on all around it... a beautiful, sacred tree.
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