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Our friendly tuk-tuk driver from yesterday drove us to the Kandy bus station this morning, and we caught yet another public bus for the 3-hour ride way up to Nuwara Eliya, in the mountains of tea country. The bus ride was gorgeous, driving up hairpin mountain roads overlooking tea plantations and lakes, all with a cool tropical breeze blowing …
Up and out early to get the train heading south – almost 4 hour journey through some beautiful countryside, what looks like the Bourgogne area of France in places is of course not wine but tea!
There are 3 classes on the train and we were in 2nd class which was very comfortable. There were a few discussions when we were …
... arriving! I personally do not think any trip to Sri Lanka is complete without visiting the tea plantations as this feels like the working class heart of the country and what a beautiful place it is. If is also great to know where your tea comes from :-) Bookworm Moments The Village in the Jungle - Leonard Woolf The jungle is a living, breathing, force of evil in this 'Heart of Darkness' style tale of the village of Beddagama, set deep in the Sri Lankan jungle. ...
... of Sri Lanka due to all the agriculture. We stop first at the food market where Kingsley insists we take a wander to see all the fruit, veg, meat and fish stalls including some selling a local peculiarity, red bananas.
Coman however has spotted a Victorian building which promotes itself with old-style plaques as a gentleman's outfitter, purveyor of fancy goods, smoker's requisites, fishing tackle and more. A branch of Cargills, a chain of ...
... I got a Indian head wobble. To those who have not witnessed one, it is the most confusing thing a person can do. It basically means yes,no,maybe. So the best thing I've learnt is ask the question twice and then decipher what he probably means. With this booked we went and explored the town and had some delicious Sri Lankan Kottus. Kate has been really keen to try the local massage treatment called Ayurveda, apparently the town held a few highly rated clinics. So ...