Ratnaloka Tour Inn
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... which although we didn't drink much were great fun and we all laughed a lot! We drank the. Sri Lankans own drink which is Arac, which is OK if mixed, and also some of their rum, one of which was a lot nicer than the other. The annoying part of the night was going to bed and people outside our room continuing drinking and being rather loud till around 2ish, which is rather unfair on everyone else, luckily this was a minority of the whole group of SLV ...
... mountain so as not to delay them with having a shower and then having to make a statement at the police station, most of the way down was a run which gave me plenty of time at the bottom but also when combined with my speed ascending the hill prior to this left me with amazingly stiff legs for a good few days after.
Showered and packed I headed to the police station, gave my statement and found that in their incident book there was at least one ...
Woke up in a 150 year old colonial style hotel;
- brass taps and Heath Robinson bath
- bakelite switches and plugs
- brass bedstands
- imposing and precarious ceiling fan
- the sounds of crickets outside
Had brekkie and took a taxi to Ella, with it's dramatic, cascading waterfall, rabid (cheeky) monkeys, tea plantations and factories, and it's unspoilt, ...
... was a big group of Sri Lankans dancing with an amazing live singer! We all joined in and danced like maaaaad people! It was so much fun but veeeery hot! The following morning we all did team building activities - such as trust falls and lifts. Then after lunch we went here water rafting. I wasn't going to go initially because my experience in Africa literally scarred me for life - but I decided I'd only regret it if I didn't! It turned out ...
... course veg curry (a great array of dishes) and Hannah opted for the chicken curry baked in a banana leaf. We had a lovely romantic evening, rounded off by a beer on the beanbags on the roof terrace. Dash, the restaurant owner, came and joined us a bit later (we had been speaking to him during dinner, and he had subsequently won our affections by giving us a Lonely Planet guide book...amazing). We left at 10pm due to our guest house's ...