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... t had a Lion strong yet, I thought I would join them. When it came, it was 8.8%, so I decided that one would probably suffice, before I moved back down to a slightly more sensible drink! Kim ordered a soft drink and the barman looked almost confused, it wasn't that type of place - the locals came here to get wasted! It was a slightly odd place, it was quite dark and like I say, the locals were there with one thing in mind. Adding to ...
Hired a driver and vehicle for Horton Plains. It was a beautiful day as we passed several towns. Ella, Bandarawella, etc. the journey up Horton Plains was cool as it's located up the mountains. Entrance fee including driver and vehicle was 5900 rupees. The windy and cool atmosphere at the top was enough for me to have a good walk there. Horton Plains National Park is elevated at 2100 meters. It has a montane grassland and cloud forest. End of the world. Here I ...
This morning we left Nuwara Eliya with our favourite driver Chandra. He insisted on giving us a tour of Nuwara Eliya city, and even convinced us to walk into the very fancy hill club and pretend we were interested in dinner there, so we could justify having a look around! The receptionist took one look at Matthew and informed us that dinner required a shirt and tie from male diners, although my outfit was fine because I am a lady! We drove out past ...
... what is this?!) Mental note for tomorrow...the gate does not get locked. We is rebels. Hannah's bargain of the day = Train ticket for 79 rupees (about 40p). Laura's ailment of the day = VERY painful calves. Definitely should have used my gym membership pre-travels. Day 8 - Today, despite our incredibly painful/wobbly legs, we decided to climb Mini Adam's Peak. The walk was only about 2km so was more of a leisurely stroll. There was ...
... of-the-art hiking gear but this is not mandatory. Here is a list of things that we found necessary and handy during the entirety of the hike.
- Leach socks/Lots of Sidhdhalepa or any other leach repellant
- Biker gloves/Full-finger gloves (Optional)
- Thick cotton socks
- Flexible, used yet good-soled shoes
- Light and preferably used cotton trousers
- Water and snacks such as biscuits, chocolates etc
- Woolly warm clothing and ...