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... and there was some concern that the place is becoming a bit of a theme park.
Kandy is a big old town and big with the cricket community holding one of the three national stadiums. We had a good time whilst we were here but time came to move on to our next stop... Nuwara Eliya.
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... enough to see something which was quite spectacular! Same thing at the big Worlds End. Not perfect but thats life! At least the waterfall was lovely and we could see that clearly! Lol After finishing the walk, we had some tea and made our way back to civilization. The guys and I were on our way to Hatton where a mountain called Adams peak is found. This is a very sacred place for many religious people. The Christians believe it is where the footprints of Adam (from ...
... plantations, epic mountains, gleaming sunshine, and warm summer rain as we ran to the open doors every now and again just to feel the drops on our faces and get a better look at the little villages we passed through. We got off the train and traipsed through town to meet the owner of the bnb we had booked. It transpired that her place was full, but she had sorted us a room in her brother's house, and the best news was that it was a one minute walk away. Hurrah! We threw down ...
... tea museum that is the first and best one in the country. It gives explanations on how tea first came about, when and how it came to Sri Lanka, why it is so famous here, its health benefits and all the machinery necessary to process it. We think it was excellent.
In the afternoon, we walk around Kandy Lake and see a show of traditional Sri Lankan dances with lots of lively costumes and performers walking on hot ashes. Once again, this was a highlight of our ...
... to be fifteen minutes before the train was to leave! She was told to leave one window, but finally found someone to help her. Now, the people in our line started to move to that window. We got our ticket and ran to the platform to catch the train. We had less than ten minutes to spare!
It was a nice ride to Kandy. We had purchased First-Class tickets, as it was the only class with air-conditioning. It was better than being in a car. We could get up and walk around!! ...