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... participate in any of the activities after seeing several warnings online that they'd be pricey for foreigners, we decided not to pay the fee. In any case, the scenery around it was nice enough. I love how misty the mountain looks in the distance! It ...
... make-up, listless eys and dark eyebags. I haven't slept well (thanks to mozzies). I was planning to do my make-up in the van and even brought along a portable mirror. But in the end I decided to forget about it and this will be the visage that appears in the rest of my Day 3 Nuwara Eliya ...
Got the train from Ella to Nanu Oya (the train station about 9km from Nuwara Eliya) and then a French guy who had a car and driver took me the last bit. Made a first class reservation on the train to ensure I got a window seat – splashing out again – to find the carriage was about a quarter full and I could have saved my money. However, meeting the French guy saved me the fare from ...
... 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 ...
... luxury cars and massive diesel vehicles like buses and delivery trucks... And the roads aren't wide. It took an hour and a half to reach the bus station and I already knew the quintessential train journey to the beach in Sri Lanka was out of the question. Hmm. Needing a contingency plan was not in my consciousness in my 'detailed' planning of this adventure... But things always work out right? So with all my traveler wisdom(?), I developed a plan to take to ...