Galway Forest Lodge
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... the open doors that health and safety would never allow in the UK. Many mountains, waterfalls, and tea plantations that did indeed make Malaysian ones look postage stamp size. Stunning.
Most notable thing to happen on the actual train was being offered hash by a fruit seller. Liza said no, that was that, and has caused conflict and consternation since. Like how many more times are we going to get offered hash in ...
... Ella's peak and floated across the valley. Little Rawana Falls doubled in size and flowed chocolate brown. We ordered drinks and settled in with front row seats to watch the building electrical storm unfold. We decided to eat in and figured there would be just us! Then everyone else started to arrive. We met a young couple from Norway and shared travel stories before ordering our meals (they needed to source the ingredients and get the cooking under way). Dinner was delicious on so many ...
... pass on the cost down the ladder and everything gets more expensive. the average speed you get is about 20 miles per hour the traffic snarling its way true the Villages and polluting everything while doing so. We passed lots of Tee Plantation , Sri Lanka is one of the worlds major Tee Producer if not the largest. , Ceylon well known together with Lipton and lots of others. The Tee Tree has ...
... cake in their next door cafe!
I spent a lot of the rest of the time in Nuwara Eliya going on some amazing walks. If you visit the town, you would definitely go for the surroundings, rather than the town itself, as this is fairly ordinary. I had hoped to take some lovely photographs of the area, especially the waterfalls; unfortunately the constant mist was not ideal! The most famous waterfall in the area is called Lovers' Leap Falls. It is named after a Romeo and ...
massive backpacks and manoeuvred through thick undergrowth, rocks and precarious edges to reach a vantage point we had researched about before we go. This was supposed to be the best observation point at Kirigalpotta. And it did not disappoint. Our view was undisturbed for MILES AND MILES on a minimum 270 degree circle. We were at a rocky landing just below the summit and the drop below us at this point was easily close to ninety degrees. We lied flat on ...