Heritance Tea Factory
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Took a beautiful train trip through the tea fields fr Kandy. On arrival at the Heritance Tea Factory we were greeted with a tray with 3 small bowls which he asked us to out our palm out and he spooned small portions of rick sugar, cardamon pod and a sprinkle of toasted cumin seeds them asked to swallow. It was very beautiful then followed by a …
... town is the highest in Sri Lanka at 2km above sea level hence the climate change. However the town was beautiful and we did needed a break after all of the travelling we had done. We travelled from Nawara Eliya to Colombo on Tuesday by train which took 8 hours. The train was great and the views were amazing. We were meant to get in an hour earlier as were meeting ...
... phone right now, you will regret it" some Sri Lankan was thrown around between the two and sure enough he got his boss on the phone. The owner who was nice enough, a tea plantation owner explained to us that we didn't confirm. What an ear bashing he had, not just from me but Kate put her lawyer hat on and smashed him to bits. Although he offered to take us to his amazing other guesthouse at his tea plantation, we refused. Mainly because it was 45 mins away in ...
... tea businessman from Nanu Oya and he was very friendly. Some Sri Lankans were very nice... It was at around seven that I arrived at Nanu Oya. I had dinner at an eatery. Actually, the only Sri Lankan word I had learned was "Sarai" meaning hot. So I used the wornd and successfully avoided hot food. Anyway, I stayed there until its closing time. After that, I waited for my train in the resting room of the station for 2.5 hours, reading LP ...
... an animal eats it. It's really good how the people genuinely look after the animals and their land. By the time we commenced the walk it was 6am, just light, and no one was around. The pathway was a dirt track which soon became littered with large rocks -it looked more like a dry waterway with big slippery boulders. After 200m or so, the pathway led us into deep jungle. The trees and plants were beautiful, including a purple flowered bush which, ...