Eva Lanka Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... br> The bus arrived a little after 8:40 and off we went. Down the mountains on a rickety old local bus. The journey was, at times, pretty uncomfortable. However, not much more so than getting a bus at home. Apart from when the driver slammed on his brakes, bringing the vehicle to an almighty thud of a halt and throwing us up in to the roof. Quite literally! I came out of my seat and thank goodness I'm only 5ft 1 and 3/4's of an inch ...
... turtle eggs is about 3 months, so it made no sense that there would be hatchlings so early, but there they were. It was amazing to see the little tackers struggle to get across the sand and into the water.
Our luck only got better as a short while later we saw another turtle nesting.
Soon enough the satisfied crowd started thinning out as people were keen to get back to their tuk tuk drivers who were waiting on the ...
... Lankans so it was not an ideal time to climb Adams peak (even though he was reassured NUMEROUS times by locals it would be quiet until the next day) as many people queued to pray to Buddha at the temple at the top. Anyway, when arrriving at the top to finally look down at the magnificent views he'd heard about he could only see out in one direction due to the viewing point positioning itself only at oneside and to his frustration it was misty and he could not ...
... show her love for tourists by spitting on Courtney). Then onto Tangalla, arriving late at night, finding a little local fast food joint serving hot, yummy egg roti. Sri Lankan bus drivers REALLY love the feel of their foot on the accelerator, as we were zooming along the driver slammed on the brake, pointing madly out the window. Standing by the side of the highway was a family of elephants. It was so much more exciting seeing them by chance, rather than a ...
... as we climb though tea and cinnamon plantations and rice fields. So much green and so much water. The hills aren't too bad for climbing, a few sections test the legs. Morning tea break and we stop in at a local house for tea and oil cakes. We also tried soursop (this won't be the right spelling) which is a local fruit, the flesh is similar to a mango but white with large black seeds, and it tastes fabulous, a little tart and sweet all ...