Manor House Kandy
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... climbed to the top offer a range of different teas to taste. Try your palette as a tea taster maybe? The video if cut into five minute sections could be used to enhance understanding at each stage. It just seems such a wasted opportunity. You have to remember the country is still recovering from what was essentially a civil war but the tea industry is a big earner in the country and you would think they might want to promote their industry more positively. After this we ...
... plates, tubs of HP Sauce sachets pinched from various Hotel buffets over the last 12 months. "Oh these will come in useful" and they do! For my part ,I have yet again packed too much clothing. Why do I always think I will need two office shirts and a tie! I even stuffed in a medium sized iron, caffetiere and kettle!! Time to test out the Short Wave receiver! The instructions are as clear but complicated. Location: South East Asia; Time ...
Kandy is Sri Lanka's second largest city and is located in the central province approximately 120km north east of from Colombo.
We negotiated a very cheap car ride to Kandy and as part of the fee it included some stops along the way to a Hindu temple, a pineapple plantation, a rubber plantation, a tea factory and another bloody tourist trap spice garden (we got free tea and then bailed :) Victory!). There are no pineapples where either of us ...
... to the hostel to bed. While me and kate headed into town. Even though it was pouring with rain we had a look around the lake and the got followed by a Sri Lankan who showed us the markets where you can get everything very cheap and to a cheap place for lunch. He said he wanted to practice his english but i think we ended up paying for his lunch! Still the rain didnt stop so took an uphill walk back to the hostel. Where I found by boyfriend ...
... finally settled on Bangkok and will be spending several days there on our next stop. This morning van ride brought us to Sigiriya Rock, which served as a fortress and the center of a kings palace around 490 B.C. The grounds are beautiful and stretch for miles. After walking through the museum to learn about the history, we climbed the 1,800 steps to the top of the rock! It was gorgeous up there and you could easily see why a king would want such an incredible spot for his residence. ...