Hunas Falls by Amaya
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the chance to better our efforts. Sam Loewe and Josh Gas opened and were immediately confronted with two opening bowlers that didn't play in the first game and were quick. Both boys batted well without taking chances and turning the strike over, but they had their hands full. Josh missed a hook shot and was hit on the helmet and he laughed it off. He confided in me when he was at the non-striker's end that he wanted to get through the quicks. Next over ...
Won the toss and batted. Sammy Hart (8) and Josh Gasparini (10)opened and looked good. They both got a start and Josh hit the first four with a cracking pull shot through mid wicket and Sam hit the first six thanks to a skied hook show off a no ball which was helped over the line by the fine leg fieldsman. (My wife, Rachael will have stopped reading long before now. Cricket is to her what calisthenics is to me. Each of us would have more chance ...
Woke up at 8.30. Started our walk to climb to lovers leap at 9.30. Met Rupa at our hotel and then began walking to lovers leap, asking locals which way to go. Stopped on route for Taelor to buy a backpack. To get to the waterfall we had to trek through a tea plantation and clamber over rocks. Me and Annie climbed down further on the waterfall, then we took photos at the top. Walked back down a longer way around, on a dirt track road. Found an ...
... coffee grown before had become diseased and now they produce 13% of the world crop. We visited the Blue Field tea estate and had a tour of the factory.All the factories are virtually the same and actually look like museums with machinery dated over 100 years old but still going strong.The hillsides look like the Rhine valley vineyards with the names of the estates writ in large letters,it really didn't feel like the Sri ...
... of out of body experiences as we near the summit and see another bloody stupa. This, as you can see from the pictures is a conical pile of bricks, sometimes plastered, which has no entrance, contains bugger all and is always at the top of a mountain. Our guide delights in telling us to take our shoes and hats off as an act of respect as we hop about wondering what will get us first, sunstroke or that sharp bit of grit trapped between granite ...