The Mountain Heavens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... fever. The venue is brimming with euro back packers, hippies, has good music (Bearable music), fast service and as the name suggests, a chilled out vibe. Patrons can even smoke inside.. (Despite the no smoking signs). Ignoring the 'no drinking while on antibiotics' rule, 3 mojitos down, and I'm feeling a little hammered... These are some strong drinks. They don't beat 'The Greenout Cafe' mojitos, but they are cheaper, stronger and minty, lime-alicious ...
... around you as well as pine forests, the air is crisp, clear and fresh and all you can see in every direction are hills, covered in forests and tea, a few wee rocks provide you with a seat and we were kept company by three dogs who walked up with us, there were a few tourists there when we arrived but they left while we were there and we had the place to ourselves, very peaceful. A short walk back down the hill took us to a very fancy hotel, which served a very ...
... view of Ella and the surrounding valley.
The tea from the plantations we walked through to get to Little Adam’s Peak is processed here. The tea is sold at auctions and big players like Dilmah and Lipton purchase the tea from this factory. They had a no photography rule so unfortunately we have none.
On the way back we stopped at the nine arches bridge and a tunnel on the train line. The bridge is an example of colonial ...
... balcony. It is a lot cooler here cause it is high up in the mountains. Nice to hear the rain on the tin roof and as mentioned in previous posts, we have been lucky this far. Just hope it is fine at the beach. Decided to go out for dinner ... We took rain jackets with hood but OMG the rain was just pelting down our shorts and shoes were drenched! Went to Chill restaurant and had curry in banana leaf lots of different curries in one ...
... we were given a spotter who is someone from the government that has to be present and also points out the animals that the untrained eye wouldn't spot. We were charged 5900 rupees for Steve and I (£25 for both) and Dinindu and Isuri were charged 120 rupees (60 pence for the both). You do the math!!! The locals get charged so much less it's amusing.
Within seconds of entering the park we saw our first elephant. It was just 10 yards from ...