Hunas Falls by Amaya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... a tiny restaurant kitchen trying not to get in everyone's way. We were not sure if seeing where a meal was a good thing or not but we must say the kitchen was quite clean. We learned about the spices and how to meld the right blend to bring out the best flavour of each dish. It was very enjoyable. We then found a hideaway place in the hills called Ella Spice Garden and took a quick tour of the premises,,peppers hanging like beads from a ...
Last night after a rocky start we made our way put to the north east part of the island. In kilometres it is about 180 kilometres to Nivelali from Kandy. Although this is not far we were hindered by construction , one lane winding hwys, a few police check points and challenging roads. We arrived after 11 pm to a home we had rented via airbnb. It is on a pristine beach overlooking the ocean. Five bedrooms , beautiful views and a chef if we wish. ...
... Young HammerTime had the new batsman trying to hit him out of the attack only managing to sky one to Sam HK at mid-off and Haileybury had them 2/4. Now I'm more partial to a Violet Crumble, but I was Cherry Ripe to give an LBW after nearly two days and turning down about 27 ridiculous appeals as Young MC Hammer was letting the ball go in front of my eyes and it was slightly swinging away and their best batsman was shuffling across the crease, but the ...
... an LBW that I personally gave out from the grandstand and Will got a wicket too rewarding his efforts. Sam HK and Tom came back on and Sammy got a good wicket with good pace. The tenth wicket proved hard to get as a top order batsman who had retired hurt came back in. Skipper Tom thought he might buy a wicket bringing Josh on to bowl...let's loosely call it off spin. I had a gut feeling that Sri Lankan batsmen were going to find this about as hard ...
... many remains of buildings you can look at. We headed home and had a quick swim in the pool before dinner and an early night. One thing that has really struck me since arrival is the vast inconsistencies in pricing. Entry to Sigiriya is about 85Rps for a local but the foreigners price is 3,300Rps about £16. This seems to be the trait across transport too, prices (for us at least) seem ...