Oruthota Chalets

Address: Oruthotachalets, Digana, Rajawella, Via Kandy, Digana, Central Province, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Oruthotachalets, Digana, Rajawella, Via Kandy, Digana.
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      Wednesday March 26

      A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 25, 2015

      this morning the group experienced abseiling down a 60m waterfall. Once a person has his/her safety harness, helmet and flotation device, they then lower themselves down the rock face until they reach bottom. At all times the decent was controlled by the instructor who managed a second safety line. The activity was very safe but students had to overcome the fear in their heads in order to be successful. We are now having lunch and will depart to Yala National Park in the late ...

      Botanical gardens and...oh look more elephants!

      A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Mar 11, 2015

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      ... wine for the first time since leaving Mauritius,it just seemed so appropriate in a surreal way.It was if the Sun had never set on the empire.For breakfast we were promised porridge and bacon and eggs and it will be served on original crockery. When we retired to bed we found hot water bottles in the bed just to give us that "little England " experience for that is what this area is called even though we are 6000 ft above sea ...

      Nuwara Eliya - Ella

      A travel blog entry by melaniejane on Feb 10, 2015

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      ... a bit to reach your head (and I’m not tall Ben says!) and the towels were, literally, like sandpaper! Nothing dries even in the rooms, my rainjacket of yesterday evening was as wet as when we returned to the hotel after dinner. The real plus of this hotel though was its location in terms of restaurants – the 5 star Grand Hotels Indian restaurant where we went last night and the more local restaurant where we ...

      What the butler saw

      A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jan 10, 2015

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      ... overnight had dropped to just 4 degrees centigrade, something he had never experienced in his life.

      Once Viji has served us tea and instructed Kingsley where to find the chauffeur's quarters he disappears into the house, leaving Coman and I sitting in the chilly air of the garden wondering what happens next. Are we going to be shown to a room, is there a check-in process, where have our bags gone, are we the only people here?

      A little exploration of ...

      Kandy Two

      A travel blog entry by smadge on Dec 17, 2014

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      Wednesday 17th December (evening) Rain did set in all day so we never did go out into town. In fact we barely left the room until gin o'clock when we ventured onto the balcony and watched the bats fly down from the hills. Then down to dinner. The dining room and the outdoor tables soon filled and another room was quickly laid out to accommodate outside guests such is the reputation of the food here. We were joined at our table by a couple ...