Jetwing St. Andrew'S
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We havn't even been here for an hour and I think it's already the best hotel of the trip so far. When we came in we were welcomed with hot soup. The whole building is an old Scottish club house. They even serve high tea here.
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Aujourd'hui, en route pour Nuwara Eliya en train à travers collines et plantations de thé. Petite attente à la gare de Kandy mais cela nous permet d'observer quelques particularités locales: être à 6 pour enlever la publicité d'un panneau, grimpé sur un pupitre à l'équilibre bien précaire? Ben, c'est courant... Un panneau d'affichage des départs …
... men do? They are supervisors. Well, I told Manoj I would want to be a supervisor - don't think he thought that was cool at all.
We stopped for lunch at a place with incredible views of lakes, hills and waterfalls.
We continued to drive up into the hills for another 2 hours as the weather got colder but the scenery was incredible. Very beautiful and quite similar to Sapa in Vietnam.
As usual, the traffic was pretty bad. ...
... and steak at the Westerner haunt in town but
sadly she had no stomach for the famous passionfruit mojito.
The following day began with me saying “Come-up little
Adam’s Peak with me. You’ll enjoy it”; something that she threw back at me
several times on the ascent when she was still feeling fragile. At least she
got to see what views Ella had to offer and we got a good breakfast with
picturesque views back at the hotel; ...
... worsening, so not long after we arrived, I went to see a doctor. The doctor asked if I had a fever, and if I'd been in the jungle. Jungle fever! Doctors verdict... Lice bites. This Doc was legit but the curtain as a door and the packaging for my 5 different prescribed medications made me wonder... He placed the loose (not sealed) tablets in 5 small, butchers paper envelopes and assured me that, "I'd be cured"... Why am I not so convinced... And why am I still ...
... of their parents. We left there and headed further into the mountains on our way to Nuwara Eilya, known locally as Little England. Apparently much of it was built by the British to remind them of home whilst they managed their tea estates. The mountainous countryside is full of tea and tea factories and we visited a good few of them! As we were offered and accepted tea in them all, the people ...