Sunhill Hotel Nuwaraeliya
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... drive in Cambodia and Vietnam way before I would contemplate such a thing here now that we have been here for a few days. At least there is no road rage which is quite incredible under the circumstances!
We then arrived in Nuwara Eliya. It is often referred to as "Little England" although I did struggle to see the comparison to be honest! But, there are red telephone boxes and it does have a beautiful park and some very nice ...
... The train home was a nice,
smooth blue train and time flew by with the help of my book, candy crush and
some tasty vadai!
Back in Kandy we stayed this time with Kalani again which
was much nicer and lovely to see her again before my final goodbye to Kandy. I
spent the evening streamlining my possessions so my bulky suitcase would fit in
the back of Cha’s tuk tuk, then we set the alarm for early-o’clock and looked
forward to ...
... an outcast in the adult world, not dabbling in tea or coffee. What can I say... My tastebuds... among other things, are yet to mature. The day's driving is spent winding through the hills of tea plantations to get to the town of Nuwara Eliya. In Nuwara Eliya, we had lunch in a little place that served dhal curry in metal buckets, and some of the biggest, folded up, savoury pancakes, you've ever seen... I got to see these ...
... There was a noticeable drop in temperature up there in the mountains and the scenery was reminiscent of the Glens of Scotland. The locals dressed in jumpers made us think we were there. We arrived at our hotel (The Leisure Village) by the lake at about 5, again the place was clean and tidy and the staff seemed happy to see us. Little did we know about the other visitors to the hotel. First of all ...
... I had no idea what he was going on about. Which reminds me, you might not want to show any kids all the photos, just in case they get ideas on southern railways! The next day we decided against the 9 hour journey via 3 buses to Arugam bay & instead opted for the budget busting taxi option. Not only was this faster & cooler, we got to see wild elephants on the side of the ...