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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 …
... The wooded hill sides, waterfalls, Ella Rock, emerald green rolling hills of the tea estates on the way to Little Adams Peak, make for fantastic hikes.
Here too, the rain clouds roll in at around three or four and let loose mostly short but hefty downpours.
Dreaming of Bali
We spent time planning our Ubud (Bali) accommodations for May & June. Not ...
Even though, after resting a bit at the hotel, we left the hotel again by ourselves and visited the botanic gardens and walked around the town again.
Hotel was very luxurious, seemed like a Swiss mountain hotel. Even had a small swimming pool inside (outside it's cold), close to the room. Dinner was fine, but not as expected in such a luxurious hotel.
... some view in the distant and the tea plantations far below but not to the sea in the south east! Lunch in Nuwara Eliya at the De Silver Diner - bowl of chicken and corn soup for me was correct weight. A quick walk around the central market - fruit and vegetables, , fish, chicken, pulses, bananas everywhere of all shapes and colours. Back to residence for cup of tea in the ...