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 …
... up and went home at around 1600hrs and in came the rain. This is clearly a micro climate with the classic rain pattern caused by moist air rising up the hills during the heat of day and condensing as soon as the temperature drops. After "FLAPS BACK" at 0645 the weather is a misty but brightening start. We will see.... LEECH ATTACK! Sorry sir you are bleeding! Oh my god a major bleed from my left calf!!!! Snake bite! NO SIR - LEECH...but how....??! TRAIN: From ...
... with windows that at least opened.The end of our three hour train journey was at Bandarawela,
where there wasn’t much to see beyond taking in the atmosphere while staying at
the Bandarawela Hotel, a venerable old tea planters club where it felt like
nothing had changed in a century. The décor of the rooms was splendid – like
something out of Edwardian England, the buffet dinner and cocktails fine, and
my fellow ...
... Sri Lanka, as tourists queued up patiently to get on the train and into the half full carriage. A Sri Lankan family group of at least a dozen would fill up the other seats at another station in the hills along the way.
It didn't take long, after we had pulled out of the station, for the views to live up to their reputation as we rattled past huge expanses of tea plantation, watching people at work in the fields below. We rolled through lots of ...
... an unnecessary rush as we turned out to be the only passengers in our carriage. We felt rather embarrassed as we looked though to the 3rd class where the passengers were stacked on top of one another while we were spread out on four seats. As the train pulled out of the station with the sound of the horn, Claire had her camera poised and despite the drizzle the views were outstanding. As this was the old rattling rusty train, the doors were wide open so ...