Misty Hills Cottage
Travel Blogs from Nuwara Eliya
... hope that Karma and the Gods of it smile upon them the same way it did for me the morning of my wallet being stolen. Either way - thank you guys where ever you may be now.
I headed into town to cancel my bank cards and have a look around. A cute little town, interesting market however very much just felt like a stop over between more interesting locations in the Hill Country, although I can understand why it would have been a great place to retreat to or even ...
... a few different currency coins to give her and she got all excited. It was pretty sweet. Right, back to the safari...I was the only person in my jeep but I guess I am good company. I had a chance to see a sleepy leopard, a sloth bear, many buffalo, elephants, wild boat and more creatures. The excitement over seeing the elusive leopard was comical with my driver calling other jeeps and racing around the dirt roads in order to catch it on time. When we ...
... spot and neither of them would have noticed. So here I am sat at this table, clearly playing goosebery while these two make bedroom eyes at each other. I hear this gentle s******ing behind me. I turn around to see three German women sat at the neighbouring table.
German women: "Would you like to join us?
Me: "If thats okay, I'm pretty much invisible now"
German women: "We noticed,,,,"
Now I would like to say that we sat and ahared a few drinks, ...
... experience. We all got dried and changed and got back into the minibus and carried on driving through mountains to get to our hostel in Nuwara Eliya..it was very scenic, hills and mountains covered with tea plantations, we stopped at one and had some cake and a cup of "The Worlds Best Tea"..it was delicious but I'd still prefer a brew made back at home by my Mum or Will :p It started to rain and get dark and we started to drive up higher into the mountains and ...
... tea. Set in beautifully manicured gardens, with tennis courts, the Hill Club has only been accepting non-members and Sri Lankan guests only in the last five years. Tea and biscuits in the dinning room next to the log fire on an old sofa under the gaze of a giant photo of Queen Elizabeth was slightly surreal. The fact that two English ladies were in the dinning room eating Roast Beef and Yorkshire pudding was even more odd. The billiard rooms ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting