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... leg massage inbetween activities!!) This was an amazing temple cut into the rock face and had 5 different chambers containing many Buddha statues in every pose possible.
Visit to a Spice Garden where we experienced our first Sri Lankan heavy rain, and boy was it heavy! Thankfully the staff were so helpful and brought us umbrellas so we didn't have to stand in a beautiful tropical garden getting soaked as we learnt about medicinal uses ...
... in the day - cooler climate and delightful town.
Cards cancelled and beers in me I headed back to my room for a reasonably early night given I'd been up since 2.15am and had just 3hrs sleep.
The next morning I had an excellent curry breakfast in a local cafe that I'm sure scared off most if not all tourists with its "localness" but I had a great chat with 2 guys who were setting up their own teaching business. Following this I headed to catch my onwards bus.
... there was a huge line of jeeps all trying to catch a glimpse of the sleeping creature who couldn't care less about the ridiculous paparazzi surrounding him. One guy was even hanging out the side of the jeep to get a picture. I mocked him cruelly and then did the same thing. Headed to Ella on Monday which was beautiful. I hiked up to Ella Rock which seemed a lot farther than they said. This is probably due to the lack of signs anywhere leading there. ...
... So, as a result, I was given a one on one tour of the factory by the person in charge, who took me through and explain all the different stages of the process. It was extremely interesting to see how this is done pretty much the same way it has been for the last 150 yrs and with equipment that seemed in some cases, just as old. From what I have learned, the best available tea is called BOPFS which means Broken Orange Pekoe Faning ...
... over the surrounding landscape and a fine line of orange glow sits atop the mist. Its worth seeing, just leave yourself enough time to get back down the rock before the sun completely disappears.
I actually found myself back on the rail tracks in complete darkness. Thanks again Martin Kennedy, this time my torch was exceptionally helpful. However if you can walk in the dark, do so. As you wallk along the tracks fireflies dance through the air, the huts ...
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