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... We stopped at a shop, as it was the last shop before the National Park, to buy water. However, my attention was grabbed by the piping hot roti that were sitting on the counter - I couldn't resist ordering a couple. They were given to me wrapped up in newspaper with a little plastic bag of chopped red chilli. The hotel had prepared us a breakfast, but that could wait until later. Kim and I quickly devoured the fresh roti in the back of the car, as we covered ...
... is a bowl made from fried egg I think. We checked into a the rawana guest house and got a room with a view of Ella gap. Ella is a place to chill out of a few days and it has a few local temples and waterfalls, we visited a close Buddhist temple carved into the rock and them went on a mini trek to see a cave that the 1st king of Sri Lanka called ...
... After our nice (but rather expensice!) drinks we head for the factory. The kids are of course complaining cause we have already visited one but they stop as soon as they see the funny gear we have to wear to be allowed in...we all look like crazy surgeons and can't breather under our masks but we are having fun. This factory is much more modern that the Lipton one and only produce green tea (the leaves are not fermented for green tea). It is actually a pretty ...
... see; we went past women plucking leaves for tea, a little tin hut village community and many pretty views of the valley (lots of green!) After we had reached the top - and taken a few victorious photos - we began our descent (this was much shorter/more comfortable than its big brother - only about 45 minutes). Back in the town we got a tuk tuk to the Halpewatte Tea Factory and took a tour (after donning some very attractive overalls), ...
There is a road called 'Non Pereil Estate Road’ right next to the Rest House. You may or may not have‘bokkuwa’ harboring fresh spring water. The locals assured us the water was good enough to drink. But we still had lots of water left within our supplies. So we resorted to just freshening up and re-vitalizing ourselves before the steep climb that is now in front of us.
noticed that as soon as you enter, to ...