Misty Hills Cottage
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... factory of a smaller plantation which unfortunately was not in action what with it being a Sunday, but did give a great little insight into tea production.
Final stop for the day was Nuwara Eliya, also known as Little England for its numerous British influences around town.
The Aussies were staying out of town so we had a late lunch and said our good byes. I stupidly didn't take an email address so have no way of thanking these guys or repaying the favour but ...
... Are you married? How old are you? Do you like Sri Lankan boys?) that guys in other parts of the world would probably not... The next day on my bus ride to Ella, I had the sweetest Sri Lankan girl next to me. (It was one of those I love travelling and the world is awesome moments.) She shyly kept trying to think of questions to ask me, bought me a chocolate milk at one of the stops and gave me one of her flower hair ties. I rummaged through my bag ...
... was absolutely impossible. Another commuter facing our same plight enlightened us to the fact that the train usually gets filled up at the Maradana station itself. I’m not sure about the accuracy of this piece of information but judging by the immediate circumstances, he couldn’t have been that far off.
It was an uncomfortable journey in the 3rd class box which was packed to the rafters with people going home for the weekend. However, by the ...
... followed by breakfast in bed. Well, there weren't any trays so she ate at the table, but I still cooked while she slept so it counts. After all this time, I'm still bringing the romance. Our plan for the day was simple. Get to the beach, swim, have lunch and slow roast in the sun until the early afternoon. From there we would follow our host Chami (short for Chaminda) inland on our scooters to visit a sacred waterfall. The simple pleasures are often the best ...
... beautiful surroundings in fact it was the place where 'Bridge over the river Kwai' was filmed! Near the end of the rapids the instructor turned and asked if we wanted to "Body raft" the next set of rapids .. didn't know what it was but..hell yes!! We all got into the water and kept our legs stretched out in front of us and the current carried us into the last rapids! It was hilarious and scary and crazy and relaxing all at once! I am so glad I did it it was ...