Grand Ella Motel
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... it was the best in the bus as it stayed crowded all the way to Matura when I finally got a seat and that was only 20mins from our destination. Col had to stand half of the way and when he finally got a seat he was lucky he was beside two skinny dudes! The bus driver and BC gave me gum along the way and kept smiling etc I think they were glad I took advantage of the 'special seat'. B Arrived at Mirissa to pouring rain but luckily there ...
... peak. The views are breathtaking. We also had the lovely surprise of meeting with the Belgian couple Sarah and Christophe again. We had shared our safari trip together and since Sarah wanted to have an ayurvedic treatment, I gladly accompanied her for an hour of pure bliss. We chose different massages. I went for something different a very traditional in Sri Lanka called Shirodhara, followed by a neck, shoulder and back massage with ayurvedic oils. ...
... on it. We did take a little short cut on the way down which was obviously where the tea pickers go down, as the whole area is surrounded by tea, so we could at least be thankful we weren't one of them. It started near the racecourse which didn't look too bad. Apparently this is the only race course in Sri Lanka and holds just 3 meetings a year, could be fun to see sometime. A lot of horses were grazing in the area some with foals, and some looking better than others. They also ...
... have expected a tip too! :D A new way to subsidize my travels)
On the way down Yewande suggested we have a silence competition which Angela instantly lost, then started throwing rocks at me to break my silence so I would talk to her.
We remained silent until we reached a place for coffee, then went back to the guesthome for breakfast.
The rest of the afternoon was essentially just walking around town, looking for hippie pants, checking ...
... putative HST projects in Britain which are nothing more than vanity projeects for certain politicians.
Certainly there are many problems with Sri Lankan railways and I'll deal with those if we can ever get out of Colombo! Delays, ancient (mostly Canadian) locos, rolling stock that belongs in a Museum if they ever get a decent one etc. but it still remains a great experience and I love it.
I had mentioned tangentially on this blog that I had ...