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... BOP tea and bought a few teas to take home with us too.
When we got to Nuwara Eliya, Krishna dropped us off at our guesthouse, Dewy Cottage and after a little sit down we walked back down the hill to check out Victoria Park. The park was very well kept, we were there in the wrong season to see the flowers but there were lots of lovely trees and lillies, a few Sri Lankans were very excited when we agreed for them to take a picture with us, it's ...
... brought down the house with her performance on the
piano after the official entertainment had ended.The next morning we continued towards the southern coast,
passing through tourist-oriented Ella village, down lush canyons with stops at
waterfalls and viewpoints. Sightseeing stops included the Buddhist statues at
the Buduruwagala archaeological complex and the orphaned elephant
rehabilitation center bordering Uda Waluwe National Park.
... chaotic town centre. We found ourselves disoriented and hotel-less, there was nothing was within walking distance of the city centre. Luckily we met a fellow traveller and together we made the 2km walk to hotel row.
After getting the accommodation, we decided to book one of the biggest attractions - Worlds End. Worlds End is a mountain area with spectacular vertical drops located within Horton Plains, ...
I was invited on another trip with members of Rosiee's family! This time, her brother and niece, visiting from Sydney, had decided to travel to Nuwara Eliya, a town further inland in the main tea growing region of the country. Nuwara Eliya is otherwise referred to as 'Little England', because of the colonial buildings dotted throughout the town and, I hate to say it, the weather! At 2000m above sea level, the temperature hovers all year between 13-20 degrees, with persistent rain ...
... friend, offered him some of our seat, and the three of us squashed up, until another seat became available. I've travelled a lot of trains, this journey was the worst one to date.
We arrived in Ella, a pretty little town and very English. We got a tuk tuk for the short journey to the guesthouse (Waterfall View guesthouse), just as well because it was quite a long way!!! The guesthouse was gorgeous with ...