Misty Hills Cottage
Travel Blogs from Nuwara Eliya
... Despite this, they seemed to enjoy performing (especially the men who got to show off how many backflips they could do!).
It was a great weekend, and I'm very grateful to Rosiee and her family for inviting me to come along. Unfortunately, I missed Monday-Wednesday at the site, meaning I'll have to get an extra lot of elephant time next week! I am glad though that I have been able to see a lot of the country, and look forward to seeing more this weekend and next week.
... after trying to flog me a emerald ring for just $3000 dollars...sod off your pointless haha...back on the road again now!! Just coming through Gelioya which is a bit of a poor community by the looks of things!!! Now through atabage which is very green!!! Just passing the Pusselawa tea plantations... We have just stopped at blue field tea factory was very interesting seeing the processes and we also got to try some bop tea which is a medium blend and I also asked to try the ...
... super lunch served in the guesthouse we continue to a weaving factory where the local ladies weave beautiful things. On the lower level of the factory there is a carpenter shop where young boys seem to learn the trade. They seem to be very happy to have visitors, even though one of them inadvertently breaks one of their projects..(no name..). After a long day in the car it is time to head back to Ella..Michael, Harold, Mathilde and Fransje decide to stay in ...
... the temperature plummets, the clouds roll in and the rain arrives. I left Colombo’s lovely rickety railway station at just after nine o’clock. I had treated myself to a first class ticket in the new “Chinese made railway carriage”, the ticket seller informed me, for the pricey sum of £11.00. I was joined by a raucous troop of pilgrims, or whom I thought were pilgrims, with their drums and guitars and a family of ...
... I knew it I had a sample in front of me. Then about an hour from our destination we stopped at another road side place for rice and curry which was delicious, flavourful and just tastes and feels healthy; not like India food which always made me feel like I was having a food baby.
During my research and planning of this part of the trip, I wasn’t able to find a room in Dalhousie at all but thankfully Nuwan had no problem securing a room at ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking