The Kandy House
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that this foot print on this mountain was special. No squabbles about it, and the top of the mountain was silent for us. The night brought out the stars, and the hot, humid air hugged me instead of constricted me. It was a beautiful experience.
Then at dawn we saw the sun rise, all of us sat or stood in observance. Just holding our breaths and watching the valley below catch fire. Then we packed up, and reversed ...
... have visited today!
We stopped to buy some fruit en-route out this am – lots of sellers along the roadside as this is a prime growing area due to the height. I had a passion fruit and can say it was the best I’ve ever had, we also tried red bananas which were a little less sweet than the small (great) bananas you also find here. The big bananas are currently selling at one euro per piece – healthy food! Also a lot of ...
I am feeling absolute rubbish again today, just when I thought I might be turning the corner. So the botanical gardens were a bit of a blur albeit very colourful with many couples due to be married today getting their special photos. The women dress in red with beautiful jewellery and ...
... who blasted out Beyoncé (which rock god Paul said he thought was good teehee), we found our way back to our accommodation. Paul took off his socks and saw it was full of blood, he had been bitten not once, but twice by leeches and he did not stop bleeding all evening (leeches decollagulate the blood so they can feast on you quicker), so after a first aid session - compression, plasters and elevation! It was finally time to hit the hay.
Next morning we were picked up at 8.30am by a ...
... melted butter, and endless cups of tea. My god I was so happy. After another short rest, we headed back to Hatton in the van, and stopped off for locally priced rice and curry. With time to kill, we had a bit of a mooch around, immediately regretted it (being the only tourists in town proved far too stressful), and headed over to wait at the train station. In the short walk over we got caught in a mini monsoon downpour - huge, warm raindrops drenched us in minutes, and stopped ...