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Some people think that they are great cooks but that's just bragging. Khomba house is best cooks and house in the whole of Sri Lanka as speaking of Kbomba house we went along with many lovely dishes like Dahl for example and that was delicious and we all gobbled the all up In one ...
В окрес 90;ностя& #1093; Эллы наход 80;тся множе 89;тво чайны 93; плант 72;ций. То здесь, то там ...
... So I tried a piece and chewed it and then instantly spat it out. The chicken was rotten. It was the worst taste I have ever had in my mouth, it was absolutely disgusting. I even smelt the half chewed piece after I spat it out and I dry reached. I called the waiter over and said it was rotten, he asked if we wanted another one cooked… we said no of course.
Apart from that we’re not actually sure how we spent our days. The guesthouse we ...
... in 360 views of the tea plantations and most of southern Sri Lanka from the top of the mountain. Then to a historic railway bridge In the jungle and spice garden in the afternoon. We got to see all the spices growing and bought some curry powder to make the magical vegetable curries that we have been ...
... hour and a half. Unload the bikes and a few more k's until which reach our lunch spot. Basic, but nice.....and cheap. Today's, 150 rupee each, $1.20. Again much nicer than the Galle Fort Restaurant.....sorry for repeating myself. Lunch done, we are off again. It's flat for the first 8km, then uphill. The landscape is beautiful, with a mixture of forest and tea plantations. The climb starts to hurt. We climb from around 200m to 1041m, with ...