Ratnaloka Tour Inn

Address: Kosgala, Kahagama, Ratnapura, Kahangama, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kosgala, Kahagama, Ratnapura, Kahangama.
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      Adam's Peak Pilgrimage

      A travel blog entry by nicole.lindsay on Dec 02, 2014

      9 photos

      ... cars and... Other buses!!! WTF! It's like and optical illusion- I honestly couldn't tell you how they do it. This is maybe the most incredible thing I've seen in Sri Lanka thus far. Once in Hatton, Valentin and I were done with the bus and hired a tuk tuk to Dalhousie. This was also amazing as the driver whipped up the mountain in his 90 cc engine with 3 adults and luggage in it. I'd really like a tuk tuk- it seems like a sensible and ...

      Mrs Bean gets a seat on a crowded bus.

      A travel blog entry by deetour on Jun 04, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... wife, fell in love with a local gypsy woman, Lavinia, who, by all accounts was a knockout beauty. He had a tunnel built from the wine cellar and down under the residence, ending down on the railway tracks just outside of the hotel. You can still see the tunnel and the entrance from the railway. Their little affair went on for some time and I'm a bit hazy on the details but ultimately in a fit of peake, Lavinia threw herself from the balcony of the Governors ...

      Night Walks and Walking Wallets

      A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Jan 26, 2014

      13 photos

      ... wasn't big and it wasn't clever but I'm glad I did as I would have got no where near the top for sunrise had I not.
      In doing so I also met a lovely young Aussie couple and to highlight my speed going up, they had set off at 1.15am and I had caught them up on their walk.

      As we neared the summit the crowds were intense and the sky was changing colour - we knew we had a real battle on our hands to make it to the very top before the sun popped out ...

      Ella rock

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 09, 2013

      6 photos

      It became clear this morning why we have no curtains. The windows open up out into jungle and in the fat distance - farm land. Not a person, or other house in site. Lovely. But it did mean I was up early with the bright morning sun. Again able to hear the rush of the waterfall, but this time able to see it from my bed! This is the first time that breakfast has been included in our room rate. And it was amazing! Buffalo curd (i.e. Yoghurt) with kitul palm syrup (a sweet ...

      Kandy to Ella

      A travel blog entry by memini on Oct 03, 2013

      17 photos

      Time to bid farewell to Kandy. We had a great host and good dogs that accompanied us on our journey. And the friendly faces of the people there from the restaurants to the tuk tuk drivers and the residents near our accommodation when we went on our morning or evening walks. Our last stop, Kandyan Restaurant and our roadside snack. Train took 6 hours plus to Ella and another half hour by tuk tuk to Feeling Good ...