Ratnaloka Tour Inn

Address: Kosagala, Kahangama, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kosagala, Kahangama.
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      Sinharaja Forest Reserve

      A travel blog entry by luciecox on Aug 27, 2014

      181 photos

      ... to accompany. We have been there 2 of the nights we stayed in Deniyaya (our guesthouse charges 5 times the price).

      Unfortunately we have to leave our cocoon once again and move on the next town. Days are flying by and we are now coming close to the end of stay in Sri Lanka already. The hill country, especially the east and south side is breathtaking and some of the best scenery I have seen in my life. It has definitely been a highlight of my experience in ...

      Drive to Hatton

      A travel blog entry by pwoods_home on May 09, 2014

      17 photos

      Today we continued our ascent reaching over 2000m above sea level. On our journey we stopped at the Mackwoods Tea Factory and had a tour of the facilities. We all learned about the process required to produce one of our favourite beverages. Then we continued on our journey to Hatton. Unfortunately they have begun construction to upgrade the road we were on, so it took over an hour to drive 15 klms. Sri Lankan rules of the road: 1. Try to drive ...

      Peak view - Little Adams peak

      A travel blog entry by eileen.bracey on Jan 13, 2014

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... with people, hanging out of every window and door and we felt a little anxious about our planned journey. After a much needed rest we jumped in tuk tuk to see the 9 arch bridge before sunset. Teetering down a steep mountain track we got out at the railway line and walked along 500 m to the bridge. To get a better view we walked out along a grassy edge and took a photo. Heading back to the railway Claire noticed something squirming on ...

      The long train journey

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 08, 2013

      7 photos

      ... travelling in the engine. I assumed he meant up by the driver, rather than inside the metal box engine. So I said I had never done it. He asked if we would like to. So of course I said yes, not thinking any more of it. A few stations later, while stopped - 'quick, quick'! We were hurried out of the carriage and ran up the platform and into the driver area! As soon as we were up there, they blew the whislte and pulled away from the platform. I ...

      5 days in....

      A travel blog entry by lifeisawesome on Sep 20, 2013

      1 comment, 36 photos

      ... locals would stop and stare, smile and then get on with picking tea leaves etc. Anyway I managed to eventually I made it to the main road, Sadly the walk to the third temple is mainly along the road. However the final temple Gadaladenya, is still pretty impressive. The view out to the main jungle from the main entrance is pretty awe-inspiring. From here i headed back to the main road that connects to Kandy. Along the way you well see plenty of Metalworks offering brass in ...