Galway Forest Lodge
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... felt like I was close to my worlds end... with the itchy bites, fever aftermath and a bout of nausea to boot... My hand firmly on the window latch, to open at the ready. This must be what morning sickness feels like. Horton Plains National Park and The Worlds End trail. The beginning of the walk reminded me of what the old Mt Coolum track used to be... before they built stairs, making the mountain accessible to every man and his grandma! Heading off road, into ...
... do not), or play golf (which we also do not), there's not much to do in Nuwara Eliya. So why did we stop here? Two reasons: 1) To get to our next destination, Ella, would have required a 7 hours train ride today, so we decided to break it up; and 2) Nuwara Eliya features The Grand Hotel, a gorgeous old colonial hotel in the center of the village. And every day at 3pm, the Grand Hotel serves a proper British high tea on its sprawling front ...
... had told him that I'd booked one night a hostel in Unawatuna (beach town) just so I'd have a destination to rest at after the long flight. And this was the start of my adventure. Really. Unawatuna was like Toad's Wild Ride in Disneyland. In true snobby-backpacker style, when I arrived in Sri Lanka, I briskly passed (with feigned confidence) the line of taxi drivers asking 'where You going!?' and headed to the local bus stand. I hopped on... Hoping that my ...
I decided yesterday morning to meet up with the other girls in Kandy then decide new plans there. Slightly annoyingly we had booked a train to Kandy early in the morning, then decided not to go then I wanted to so I ended up paying for a first class ticket, which actually is about £2.50 and meant that I had a seat. Like everyone else in first class I also got to see some special scenery, I wasn't on the best side but we were right at the back and it has a windscreen so could ...
We left Adams peak in the direction of Ella, a highly recommended town in the highlands with wonderful views and hikes. We retraced our steps back to Hatton (2 very full, standing room only, hot, bumpy bus rides) we splurged for second class tickets (an extra 25 cents) so that dan could have a seat as his poor ankle was quote swollen and sore still. The train ride was great. the view of the country side is really remarkable. It's a ...