Heritance Tea Factory
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On our night in Kandy was spent at the hotel having the buffet. Yes,Tim normally hates buffets - but he thought it looked good and afterwards wished he hadn't had it. It was a beautiful atmosphere though as we sat outside and listened to the entertainment - it was a crooner singing some ballads.
Next morning, we had breakfast. Since I was …
On the 8th day in Sri Lanka we stayed in Nuwara Eliya, also called little England, as it was there where the English felt like home... over 1800m above sea level, the cold and rainy weather seemed to tell them: welcome home.
A typical trip from there is Adam's Peak, but we had to wake up at 5am and walk for several hours to reach there... and it was raining too, so we ...
... made first hand, when I ventured off to find the toilet in this fine establishment. To get to the toilet, I went through the back kitchen, and up a grease laden set of attic stairs (basically a ladder). The stairs/ladder lead to a small room that seconded as another kitchen, where I saw the giant savoury pancakes being made... This room is also where the toilet was... In a space, I could only describe as a closet, with a hole in ...
... begins to go downhill a bit now towards Baker's Falls (named after Sir Samuel Baker, who was a famous explorer in Sri Lanka). It lies on a tributary of the Belihul Oya (tributary of the Walawe River). The water falls from a drop of around is 20 metres only. Fern bushes abound in this area. I am in the final leg of the trek now towards the entrance when I read another of the informative sign posts along the way. It mentions that there are Rainbow trouts in ...
The train journey from Kandy to Ella is described as one of the most beautiful in the world and we would struggle to disagree... Certainly beats East Croydon to Victoria! We had good seats to enjoy the view but were a little disappointed that we would be facing backwards for 7 hours. We took it in turns getting up and leaning out the open doors to get some pictures of the stunning scenery which is not really portrayed well enogh in the pics ...