Hotel Cranford Villa

Address: 542 Kahagolla, Diyathalawa, Uva Province, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 542 Kahagolla, Diyathalawa.
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      Travel Blogs from Diyathalawa

      Safari

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 07, 2014

      3 comments

      It involved getting to Udawalawe National Park from Nuwara Elija, a simple journey on the face of it of some 85 miles or so but no journey in Sri Lanka is simple (even if every journey is stupidly cheap). This one involved rising at 7am to buy Valium, samosas and water, and take three different buses in seemingly differing cross country directions, none of which were easy to find and all required the help of friendly locals.

      The buses ...

      Sri Lankan Mafia Hostel

      A travel blog entry by nicole.lindsay on Nov 27, 2014

      Blog #1- Sri Lankan Mafia Hostel It was an emotional departure from Candace and her family in London. The girls are 4 now and asked me questions like, "auntie Nicole... Why do you sound different from us?" I explained to Kaitie that I am from Canada and we have different accents to which she remarked, "really!? My grandma lives in Canada too!!" They are starting to grasp the concept of "godmother" and were interested in the stories of Candace and I before they ...

      Narawa Eliya to Ella by train

      A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Oct 23, 2014

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      Our driver this morning was very cautious. He drove slowly and made no crazy overtaking manouvers during the entire trip. There had been a massive land slip with tons of earth and massive boulders covering the road. Workmen and heavy equipment had opened the road and were working to reinstate the bank and remove the excess. We arrived at the station and our cautious driver asked we wait and went to check the train was in fact coming. It was, although 30 minutes late. He asked if ...

      Heading to kandy today

      A travel blog entry by speakngeek on Sep 29, 2014

      4 photos

      Today we will tour a tea factory and then catch the train from Ella to Kandy. We are just finishing our breakfast of coconut roti with jam and or pumpkin curry, followed by an amazing fruit platter of mango, papaya, pineapple and banana. Yesterday we went for a lovely walk in the morning (except for the ...

      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. ...