Bandarawela Hotel

No. 14, Welimada Road, Bandarawela, Sri Lanka | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bandarawela

Over the Hills and Far Away

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... to the train station after getting off the bus in Kandy, only to find out that no 1st- or 2nd-class tickets were still available. We knew that 3rd class could be tough--they sell as many of those tickets as they can, and people just cram into the cars. There would be almost no chance of having a seat, which we were theoretically OK with, but I was not thrilled with the thought of being squeezed up against people for the day-long ride. We decided to do ...

Plains, trains and safari jeeps

A travel blog entry by mknox


No it's not a spelling mistake, our first stop on today's blog adventure is Horton Plains. There is nothing like spending the night in a posh hotel only to be awoken by your personal wake up call which arrives 20 minutes early via loud banging on your door (5.30am). We had an early start as we all know nature and wildlife wait for no one. Horton Plains is in fact an undulating plateau 2000m above sea level. It's got grassy plains, waterfalls, ...

The Sunday market

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley


The waterfall and sunlight in through the curtain-less windows woke me early again. Breakfast again was amazing. More curd with palm syrup, this time with a fruit salad (pineapple, mango and banana) and a poached egg on toast with cheese and rocket. After eating far too much we headed off into town. In the morning light, the view down Ella gap was lovely. Again , it took us nearly 25 minutes to walk the 2km into town. We took a new turning and headed up ...

Kirigalpotta - Kings of the Night Mail

A travel blog entry by ceylontripper


... way back. While we were lucky to see the beautiful bloom of Nelu flowers in perfect weather conditions, it also brought about an inherent risk that we didn’t account for – Honey bees.

While on our way up, we did hear the ominous buzz of bees that were collecting pollen from the newly

bloomed Nelu flowers. At times the buzz grew louder and I was feeling a little uneasy all throughout. But we figured that if we walked silently and made no sudden ...

Goodbye Arugam Bay

A travel blog entry by sheath27


Well, A Bay was def on my 'to see' list and it did not live up to expectations, mine anyway. There is a clash of cultures here and some underlying animosity, if not hypocrisy.
Arugam and nearby Pottuvils population is predominantly muslim. The tourists are generally westerners who drink alcohol and wear skimpy clothing and although it seems accepted, something just feels weird.
Add to this the wannabe surfers that strut around ...

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This 1 star hotel is located on No. 14, Welimada Road, Bandarawela.
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