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... them Ella gap provided uninterrupted views to the South East, as far as the eye could see. Our rooms were one floor up providing the same vista. The bathrooms had glass walls providing a view thru the apartment and out down Ella gap. We met for drinks as the weather changed and a massive rain storm rolled in up the valley. In moments there was white out and large drops of rain hammered up the hill to blast the patio in front of us. In a few minutes it cleared and fog ...
Update on the last 5 days activity!
Car - Visit to Polonnaruwa, the remains of a royal ancient city once the capital city and now a World Heritage site. By car.
A village safari back near our hotel. By tuk tuk, catamaran canoe, short trek and oxen cart. The most bone jarring ride ever - but great fun! The guide even let me paddle the canoe and we didn't drown or get lost! Our hats were hand made of large water lily ...
... hills, past waterfalls and cutting between tea plantations. We were massively fortunate as the sky stayed totally clear and an amazing shade of blue for us all through the day.
We stopped for some morning tea at "The Castle" a relatively new site built by one of the largest tea suppliers in the country - lovely tea and a solid Steak Sandwich of which I was in great need after missing breakfast in favour of the Police Station that morning.
We also stopped at ...
It has been very full on since I last wrote during lazy beach times! On Sunday, I took the bus to Tissa, the town closest to Yala National Park. Public buses are about one-tenth the cost of a tuk tuk. I was the only Westerner on both bus rides and I got stared at a lot. Nothing new after weeks in India and Sri Lanka, however one subtle man even moved his seat so he could sit behind me and stare more closely. Sri Lankan men love to stare and immediately ask ...
... road we were on and we could still be back in time to catch the 1 pm train. We reached the turnoff to Thotupala Kanda and we could see the beautiful Nelu flowers lining the little trail on both sides. For some reason, I saw an uncanny resemblance in this image to the scenes of ‘The Last Samurai’. It was that beautiful. But as the age old saying goes ‘Once bitten, twice shy’. Literally that made sense. We could hear the faint buzz of the honey bees in ...