Spice Garden Resort
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Sri Lanka Update: Today marks one week that I have been here in Sri Lanka. I was picked up at the Colombo Bandaranaike airport by Krish, one of my Green Lion coordinators. We waited about 3 additional hours for another volunteer to arrive and then at about 12am we started the 3 hour drive from Colombo to Kandy, where our volunteer house is located …
... ones we take uphill enroute Munnar. We halted every now and then as I had the energy doubling within me to jump mountains and hills; I wanted to embrace this beautiful nature in all its glory and for giving me a chance to be there to savor it. I was taking in deep breaths as if I could treasure this beautiful, clean ,fresh air somewhere in my body only to find that I had to exhale as well.( Don’t be surprised, I behave weird at times). Once we touched down in Alleppey ...
... investing in a packet or two of Tena Lady, and it's there in the evening to slake my thirst until the wine is sufficiently chilled. Tea makes angels sing and water interesting. I don't know if I could live a life without tea, and Munnar is proof that tea is beautiful right from plant to mug.
I don't usually hang out of the bus window taking photo on account of feeling like a bit of a prick doing ...
... it was a noticeable drop in temperature. It was around 20 degrees, and drops to 12 at night. Jumper on immediately, it was like being at home which was nice in one way! It's so very green up here 1550m above sea level; the tea plantation trees made the place so picturesque! It was quieter than the city, and it seemed like a proper winter where everyone was wearing bobble hats and costs, not an Indian winter of 30 degrees! We had to wait for check in, but it was worth the wait, ...
... sloped hills. From there our guide, Ganesh, led us past a run down mountain resort and we begun our trek. The terrain alternated between exposed granite and grasslands. Finding secure footholds was not difficult and we stayed away from the cliff edge that ran down the right. The challenge lay in the constant verticality. Within minutes our jackets and jumpers had been stripped away and we were sweating despite the chill morning. Breathing was laboured in ...