Grand Ella Motel

Address: 411, Galle Road, Ella, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 411, Galle Road, Ella.
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    Travel Blogs from Ella

    Got the Train to Ella

    A travel blog entry by allynut on May 13, 2015

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    ... and glass doors which opened out onto a veranda. We walked into town and explored, and hung out a beautiful bar called chill where we had burgers and ice coffees. We went back there in the evening for drinks. On the walk home, we got surrounded and barked at by dogs, which was so scary as it was pitch black. We walked quickly away, bailed and got into a tuc ...

    Sri Lanka - Day 8 Under my umbrella, Ella Ella aye

    A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 23, 2015

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    ... Michael. For lunch, we stop at a little place that serves our curry and rice in a steamed wrapped up banana leaf. It's cheap, tasty and aesthetically authentic. 10 out of 10. In Ella, the place our tour booked for the night, was unfortunately, overbooked... leaving the tour company no choice, but to put the group in alternative accommodation. Where would we end up? Ella is the home of the 2 Adam's Peaks and a popular destination for travellers wanting ...

    Quiet day in Ella

    A travel blog entry by melaniejane on Feb 11, 2015

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    ... us at one point to tell us we had to head off down another small track (down, down). We were then at the head of the waterfall – nice but not exactly much of a view of the fall itself!

    When I headed back I had considerable difficulty getting back up to the path! It is a very steep path too, plus the pathway up to the hotel itself was the steepest – and by now it was midday so I was pretty tired.

    I made it....

    A travel blog entry by neeto on Nov 15, 2014

    ... metered and blue tuktuks are government run where as red are private so red cost more generally.

    I went to get some more money changed as was only allowed a very small amount to take into the country, got to the bank at 16:05 at that point I discovered that banks shut at 4pm in Sri Lanka, all was not lost though I did have some money on me still and the staff at the hostel said I could pay tomorrow, no problem (they do not change money in hostels as they do in hotels) ...

    Ella - Beautiful village in the mountains

    A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Nov 05, 2014

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    ... 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 ...