Hotel Cranford Villa

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

    Cycle to Uda Walawe

    A travel blog entry by j_harry on Jun 26, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... have managed to fill it in two days, and the ipad is running out of space......we also need so cash changed. Interesting event! Banks typically close around 3.30pm, it is now 4.45pm, however our driver found us a bank that is open. Of course we forgot our passports, but had copies, which the bank accepts but with some hesitation. It took 20 minutes and three staff to change the money, all whilst sitting at the mangers desk making ...

    An amazing couple of days!!!

    A travel blog entry by lorenhine on Jun 24, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... we were given a spotter who is someone from the government that has to be present and also points out the animals that the untrained eye wouldn't spot. We were charged 5900 rupees for Steve and I (25 for both) and Dinindu and Isuri were charged 120 rupees (60 pence for the both). You do the math!!! The locals get charged so much less it's amusing.

    Within seconds of entering the park we saw our first elephant. It was just 10 yards from ...

    Day 165 - Mini Adam's Peak & Cooking Lesson

    A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 14, 2014

    ... tea plantations. We hadn't even got that high at this point, but the views were already fantastic. Some of the more enterprising plantation workers were offering photos in return for money, but we passed on the offer, as it all seemed a bit false. The track snaked up the hillside and as we got higher, the views kept getting better and better - we could see for miles. On the northern side of the peka, along with the tea plantations, there were tea ...

    Plains, trains and safari jeeps

    A travel blog entry by mknox on Jan 09, 2014

    61 photos

    ... a snake eating a frog and a couple of wild Elephants, I was fortunate enough to have an expert twitcher in our jeep (from our tour group) who was able to spot and identify a bird before our guide could turn in his seat to show us. I have forgotten some of the names but will send this to her for bird identification purposes (I suppose I could google it).,,, Yala is best seen in picture rather than in words so I have added many photos. We did stop ...

    The hill country

    A travel blog entry by ourmaninkome on Nov 17, 2013

    10 photos

    ... a very warm welcome and after a brief introduction he in turn took me to the office of the Superintendent who gave me a brief history of the plantation. They gave me permission to visit the factory and were even about to allow me to take pictures inside the office and facilities since I am Canadian and that this did not seem to pose any risk of jeopardizing the secrets of their manufacturing process, although this is not ...