Glen Fall Resort
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... in the day - cooler climate and delightful town.
Cards cancelled and beers in me I headed back to my room for a reasonably early night given I'd been up since 2.15am and had just 3hrs sleep.
The next morning I had an excellent curry breakfast in a local cafe that I'm sure scared off most if not all tourists with its "localness" but I had a great chat with 2 guys who were setting up their own teaching business. Following this I headed to catch my onwards bus.
... there was a huge line of jeeps all trying to catch a glimpse of the sleeping creature who couldn't care less about the ridiculous paparazzi surrounding him. One guy was even hanging out the side of the jeep to get a picture. I mocked him cruelly and then did the same thing. Headed to Ella on Monday which was beautiful. I hiked up to Ella Rock which seemed a lot farther than they said. This is probably due to the lack of signs anywhere leading there. ...
... that altitude since our lungs are not used to lessened oxygen in the air. But this was Ohiya – our 'hood’ so to speak. So we trudged along like champions.
The ‘batta’ ride
A couple of kilometres into the trek and a Dimo Batta pulls up behind us and offered a ride. He was a
professional transporter who transports groups to and from Horton Plains and was on the way to pick up a group from the Horton Plains Visitor’s ...
... sand cushioning the souls of your feet; bright sunshine refreshingly balanced by a tempering onshore breeze; flawlessly transparent sea water just cool enough to cause hesitation before fully submerging and a tasty meal served under the shade of towering coconut trees. All were in attendance for the start of Katie's birthday. With our order of dhal curry, toasted jaffels, and pancakes stuffed with vanilla ice cream having already tantalised our taste buds, we hopped on ...
... experience. We all got dried and changed and got back into the minibus and carried on driving through mountains to get to our hostel in Nuwara Eliya..it was very scenic, hills and mountains covered with tea plantations, we stopped at one and had some cake and a cup of "The Worlds Best Tea"..it was delicious but I'd still prefer a brew made back at home by my Mum or Will :p It started to rain and get dark and we started to drive up higher into the mountains and ...