The Trevene

Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Nuwara Eliya

Day 166 - Train Through the Hills

A travel blog entry by costin

... chicken spinning outside of a cafe. We asked about the chickens and what they were served with, but only seemed to confuse the guy. We gave up and just got some bread to go with it and devilled sauce. It wasn't very sophisticated, but it was tasty!

In the evening, we booked our trip to Horton Plains the next day and had a quiet evening. As with every tour in Sri Lanka, it would be another early start, as our jeep was leaving at 5.30 am the next day.

Single tree & the Hill Club.

A travel blog entry by eileen.bracey


... to the famous 'Hill Club'. Established in 1876 during the British colonial era, it is a place frozen in time with much of the original interior remaining, giving a sense of the lifestyle of yesteryear. We were greeted in the entrance hall by a gentleman in a smart uniform who gave us a quick check up and down, hesitating on Claire's flip flops before showing us into the bar. In order to have dinner we were required to temporarily join the club, for the ...

It's a long way to the top

A travel blog entry by lynnd99


... you are waving to school yards or children playing in their gardens. The ride was steady rise until we were at a dam observation point far above Kandy. The hills surrounded us ominously giving a hint of the rest of the day's ride. More climbing to lunch which is where I called it a day. I took advantage of the support minibus that had spent so much time driving slowly behind me and took in the beautiful landscape of mountains, tea plantations ...

Adams peak

A travel blog entry by libk25


... Finally back at the hostel, breakfast was lovely and we met two funny Irish girls who we chatted to about south east Asia. All packed and not showered, because it wasnt working, we met Buchan the tuk tuk driver who once again drove us all the way to hatton train station. The very friendly train station boss who gave me a special Adams peak 5 Rs informed us that our train was delayed so it was a long wait but we had made friends with the Germans next to us who ...

The Sri Lanka cloud forest.

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean


... the temperature plummets, the clouds roll in and the rain arrives. I left Colombo’s lovely rickety railway station at just after nine o’clock. I had treated myself to a first class ticket in the new “Chinese made railway carriage”, the ticket seller informed me, for the pricey sum of 11.00. I was joined by a raucous troop of pilgrims, or whom I thought were pilgrims, with their drums and guitars and a family of ...

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This hotel, located in Nuwara Eliya, is near Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Nuwara Elia and Tea Country, and Buduruwagala.
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