Plantation Hotel

Address: 250, Kalukohutenna, Kitulgala, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 250, Kalukohutenna, Kitulgala.
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      'Jungle weekend'

      A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on Apr 11, 2014

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      ... a lot worse. We ended Thursday night by having half a beer each which we had bought on the way up, which was rather funny as it's not the done thing to drink here, so felt like naughty school girls, and just sent two in to buy while the rest of us stayed in the bus. The beer wasn't what I would usually drink but just about drinkable. Friday morning we were split into two groups, our group went white water rafting first, which was really good fun but ...

      River rafting, Rapid rain and Raggedy greenery

      A travel blog entry by kst_wayfaring on Apr 05, 2014

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      ... driving through narrow streets and in endless circular motions uphill, even more surreal. We quite literally were in the middle of the jungle in an “adventure” camp where apparently even Sri Lankans come to enjoy themselves and do team building exercises – like any ordinary family would do (?).

      We had dinner, which seem to continuously consist of a spicy curry and ...

      Day 167 - World's End

      A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 16, 2014

      Our jeep arrived at about 5.30 am, to take us to Horton Plains National Park, for a visit to World's End - a sheer precipice of 870m, offering spectacular views of the valley below. The drive to the National Park was a fraction over 30km, but the journey through the mist covered hills would take over an hour. Our driver was very chatty and knowledgeable about the local area, he shared with us the respective stories of the different tea plantations as we trundled through ...

      Adams Peak climb then Kitulgala

      A travel blog entry by johnsmetana on Feb 04, 2014

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      ... rich with religious history from Buddhists, Hindus and even Catholics as a holy mountain, for reasons I'd love to explain but memory fails, best google it. Every year as has been done for the last thousand years, pilgrims from the numerous religions trudge up the steep mountain to offer gifts and prayers. Of course, nowadays it's mainly a stair case all the way up. We punched it up ignoring the many "blessing stations" ...

      It's been a while.... Elephant adventure!

      A travel blog entry by gos201 on Sep 02, 2013

      ... women who run the home would help out... Sometimes when we turn up there they tell us they don't want us for the day (after planning lessons and travelling an hour on 3 buses to get there) so it can be disheartening... that's where perseverance comes in I guess!

      So on the Tues and Weds of last week I was ill with a really bad fever - luckily I persuaded the father in my homestay that I didn't need the hospital (although the following day his wife became ill ...