Ashburnham Estate

Address: B416 - Elkaduwa Road, Elkaduwa, Sri Lanka | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on B416 - Elkaduwa Road, Elkaduwa.
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      Travel Blogs from Elkaduwa

      Dambulla Caves and the Spice Gardens

      A travel blog entry by mariaobrien on Aug 01, 2014

      13 photos

      ... has No seat belt on! We eventually arrive to our next hotel mid-drama - I hop out to distract "whatshisname" while Keith's monkey arm retrieves the box. Phew! Well the evening was not too eventful with a lovely dinner overlooking the pool. But then we were in the pool bar when we were witness to the best bit of Xfactor - **** singers! Oh dear God it was painful! So bad it was actually entertaining. Check out the video! It was Lionel Ritchie ...

      Pinnawalla

      A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Mar 28, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... and then a party till 11:00pm. So, the music didn't disturb us. We have already seen 2 wedding photo shoots this morning, and there is another wedding reception again today. Jordan n Ash could have their wedding here. How exotic!!! It'd make for beautiful photos. Our room opens onto a balcony which overlooks the bathing area. So, we have spent the last 1.5 days just sitting in front of our room and watching the elephants. At 8 am about 6 elephants came down for a bath, ...

      'Speed'!

      A travel blog entry by jushobbs on Mar 09, 2014

      3 photos

      ... one was getting off, and we found ourselves migrating down the centre isle without even realising. I tell you, never before has my job come in so useful! Trust me those kettlebell swings and push-ups meant I was able to cling to the nearest railing, above my head, sometimes on tip toe, whilst quite literally being flung from one side to the other as each bend was taken without any reduction in g-force, for the entire journey. It ...

      Kandy/Pinewala Elephant Orphange

      A travel blog entry by johnsmetana on Feb 07, 2014

      3 photos

      ... in Kandy, that I proudly found hours earlier. We arrived at The Knady Reach Inn and were greeted by a lovely older Sri Lankan women, whom was the caretaker of the 3 bedroom guesthouse. The place was clean and new and close to the station for tomorrow's departure to negombo. With the day fading away quickly we arranged for a driver to take us out to the Elephant Orphanage. The drive took quite a while and being in air con made the drive so much ...

      Day 2- Colombo to Kandy

      A travel blog entry by gracieonamap on Oct 28, 2013

      ... 3 days...tucked away in the lush green hills, up a VERY bumpy road. Our first tuk tuk journey was very uphill and full of potholes...an experience I don't think we'll ever forget.

      We arrive at Hanthana house to be met by Pathi and his wife Suba (who provided us with the best fruit juice), shown our luxurious room (which at 6.50 a night was a real bargain) and told us to relax and come down for dinner when we were ...