Hotel Alta Vista

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

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

    A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 23, 2015

    28 photos

    ... white floor tiles meet glass panel windows, framing a picture perfect pool, pouring out over the town of Heavens Edge, into the mountain ranges belonging to Little Adams Peak and Adams Peak. What a view. I cannot wait to wake up to this! About an hour before sunset, the group embarks on an easy afternoon hike, 1141 meters to the top of Little Adams Peak. A rocky ridge and the greenest of long grass, rolling down its steep sides, filling between boulders ...

    Down, damp and dirty!

    A travel blog entry by chilliginger on Jan 10, 2015

    4 photos

    ... versions of which train is running, or not and whether we can use our ticket, or not. If we did not have a flight to catch we could just stay another few days, or go somewhere else on the island, but as it is we have caught another train, a day early to get to a wee place called Nyra Ella and have found the most wonderful hotel with crisp white sheets, large fluffy towels, warm, dry rooms and a shower to die for! Seriously, I may take a photo of it I love it so ...

    Ella - Beautiful village in the mountains

    A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Nov 05, 2014

    39 photos

    ... because he was helpful. But it is moments like these that would otherwise be a perfect morning hike, a nice encounter with some local kids and having a cup of tea in a small tea plantation village, but then it’s slightly tarnished by having to pay for the experience. And this seemed to be a common theme all through Sri Lanka, there is nothing for free.

    Halpewatte Tea Factory

    We had a tour of the factory, but unfortunately there was ...

    Ella ( by train from Kandy )

    A travel blog entry by colcat on Oct 17, 2014

    ... but there was lots of tea plantations, waterfalls and hills. Col and I are getting up an Indian nod swagger happening ... We believe it stems from train travel lol. The journey was quite comfortable, the carriage wasn't crowded so we could stand up and stretch whenever we wanted. It took 7hrs in all as there were people getting on and off all the way. Nice to see the local people coming out and waving as the train goes by. Arrived ...

    The Importance of Sharp Edges

    A travel blog entry by packingitin on Sep 28, 2014

    3 comments

    ... us that we are human.

    So, thank you, travel. Thank you, world full of inconveniences great and small, and full of gloriously real people. You give me more than I need and always remind me who I am.

    *Update: the "shower" (read: trickle of water running out of the wall) had only one temperature—and it was so scaldingly hot I couldn’t stand under it. The universe never lets me get away with too much complaining. ...