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 …
... villages until we spied the Bambarakandra waterfall, which is the tallest in Sri Lanka at 263m. The roaring water filled our ears and when we reached the bottom the spray cooled and refreshed us. What an amazing ending to a great trek! This felt like a very authentic experience because we got to meet the locals, spent time with the village kids, getting photos with everyone we met on the way and we even got to see a school lesson taking place. This area is poor but ...
... of over 2,000m - the highest plateau in Sri Lanka. There is a 9km loop to walk. The main sites are Little Worlds End (vertical drop of 300m), Worlds End (vertical drop 880m), Baker's Falls (20m fall). We see Sambar deer and a few species of birds but it is the view from Worlds End we have got up early to see. You need to be early as the cloud obscures the view from about 10am. ...
... 30 minutes for the driver to get an entry ticket into the park, the jeeps did build up,ohh yes they did. With our mahindra leaving at the same time as about 20 others, it was like a starting grid at a f1 race. Everywhere car's were attempting to out manoeuvre each other on a rough narrow dirt road. If there where any animals around they were gone by now, as the sound of 20 rural diesels roaring along would of been sure to clear everything out. But to my suprise we ...
... information center we ran into him again. We found out that all of us had more or less the same plans for Nuwara Eliya so we decided to realize them together.
Nuwara Eliya is said to be the home of the finest tea. It is surrounded by the vast "teascapes". The sight of the tea plucking women and the factories in sharp contrast to the neatly trimmed acres of green is very fascinating. Its surroundings resemble the English countryside.
Before we went to see ...