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Uwara Eliya has the feel of a Victorian colonial town with its impressive old post office, a race course and a golf course. Some of the buildings are in the mock gothic style. Not too far from here in this region is the location for 'Bridge on the River Kwai' directed by David Lean and shot in technicolor back in 1956. We caught the train and travelled 3rd class for the three journey to Bandarawela which must rank as one of the most spectacular rail journeys in the ...
... 1100; женщи 85;у с мешко 84; за спино 81;. Женщи 85;ы снося 90; чай на фабри 82;и перви 95;ной перер ...
... The further we climb the more riders we lose. The first within a few hundred metres. As we keep climbing this whittles down even more, until there are just five of us. We stop for tea.....and a very welcomed break. The last 15 km are tough, unrelenting leg burning climbing. We pass waterfalls, monkeys and many locals cheering us on. Sweat is pouring from us, despite it getting cooler the higher we go. Thinking we must be close, I look up ...
... enjoying the vistas and contemplating what it was going to be like going home. There were plenty of things that we missed from home, not least our friends and family, but it was going to be tough getting back to normality. We talked about quite how much we had done in the last six months and reflected on what had been an incredible period in our lives.
We got chatting to some American backpackers and both took pictures for each other, before ...
... Happily, another train to Ella would leave at 11:10 a.m., and we could buy two 1st-class tickets for that one. Though we had wanted to catch the early train, and now had three hours to kill, the later train seemed preferable to taking the bus. We bought the tickets and headed to an Internet cafe. We probably should have just bought the 3rd-class tickets to begin with, but 1st class was very pleasant (and a bargain at $9), and the train was surprisingly right ...