Grand Ella Motel
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... carriage door. The train shakes, rattles and rolls me through the Sri Lankan countryside, into the town of Ella. Beside the smell of the locals and the odd waft or urine from the toilet when the train came to a full stop...I really enjoyed the train and the freedom of not having to stand behind a line at a platform or behind an automatic, locking door on the train... The risk and responsibility is yours, and yours alone... I like that. Freedom. ...
Ella is a very small town in Sri Lanka. We walked on the rail road tracks and saw a bridge. I walked about 10 km. A 7 year old girl helped us find the bridge.
I hung out of a train. It was very cool. You can't do that in Canada.
Tea farms are everywhere here.
p.s. Super Sam is practising to fly! ...
... of her intentions as the old beetle lady had been in her ear. We politely declined and made up some excuse and then she said what about tomorrow night. We hadn’t thought that far ahead for an excuse, there was an awkward pause as we tried to think of an excuse. We eventually stumbled through and politely declined again and then said we had to leave. We exited and the beetle lady was saying some mumbo jumbo, I presumed she was telling them to hit us up ...
Early start to the morning with breaky at 7am the hotel was great and gave us chicken curry, daal and coconut sambal with string hoppers. Up until now neither Col or I have really liked the string hoppers (look like spaghetti patties) but the ones we had this morning were really yummy. They also have us a plate of fruit which included pineapple, papaya, watermelon and a banana. Then tuk tuk to station to purchase our 2nd class tickets ...
... take you around to all the sights in half a day, I rented a bicycle and it took me a day to explore these ancient sites. Out of an ancient ruins view point this complex is the best I have seen in Sri Lanka, a Sri Lanka version of Angkor Wat. I stayed in the very new Melbourne Tourist Rest, very clean, satellite tv, aircon and great staff for LKR 1500 ($11.50) and could also rent a bicycle from the hotel. Itching to go diving I went further north to Trincomalee planning to ...