Ratnaloka Tour Inn

Kosagala, Kahangama, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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Ella again

A travel blog entry by johnsmetana

2

... handed him the cash. To which he head wobbled and replied with a cheeky smile "I normally charge for tour 2000 rupee each" We both laughed and said look buddy this is what you get. He insisted on more and Kate enlightened him on what a deceitful man he was and how didn't even want his services . We walked off with no time for debate, us both sick of this ****, patience you say. Not our watch. This always leaves a sour taste in ...

A day of ups and downs......

A travel blog entry by kirstytev

6

... rock. Karen gives us a map and away we go. It was very hot and humid - for a change! We walk along the train track, it looks like a scene from stand by me! We say hello and wave to all the locals and tourists on the way past. We head up to the top of the waterfall, the views are already amazing! We walked past a tea plantation and the climb started to get steeper. The air was really thick and I started to wheeze. I kept using my inhaler but by the time we got 3/4 of the way up, to ...

Tea, waterfalls and a fiasco with hotel in Ella

A travel blog entry by girlabouttown

8

Our drive from Kandy (where we stayed after Polonnaruwa) down to Nuwara Eliya had a few scheduled stops. Cutting through hill country, the winding roads have pull-in stops for tourists to photograph waterfalls and rolling tea plantations. It's truly breath-taking. Rows of neatly manicured tea plants giving way to dense jungle and waterfalls.

We stopped at Glenloch tea plantation (free for a visit, guided tour of the factory and cup of complimentary tea, with a tip box ...

A handful of curry leaves

A travel blog entry by whereiskatie

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... The valley below with winding roads and tea plantations. The breeze was even more spectacular after that climb.

On the descent, our group of 4 became 5 when Georgina befriended a local dog. We stumbled down in no time, I'm not joking about the stumbling. I slipped at least a dozen times, scaring our guide... each time she'd make an intake of breath and turn to look, wide eyed.

We parted ways with our guide at the tracks, and after drinks in ...

Adams Peak - trek from Hell

A travel blog entry by hadleyandlaura

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... time for the famous sun rise. Laura and I were waiting in this queue for 2 hours, moving at a couple of steps a minute. This was okay at first but became very frustrating very quickly. We therefore missed the sun rise but we were lucky enough to be on the correct side of the mountain to catch most of it anyway, so all was not lost. After taking a few photos at the top we started our decent, with legs like jelly from the 4 hours of walking we had ...

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