Ramboda Falls Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamboda Falls Hotel Nuwara Eliya
I like a good waterfall, this one is fine but pales in comparison to our last one- Iguazu Falls.
There are many irregular steps leading to the lookout.
As Mark Twain said, I'd be more impressed if the water flowed the other way.
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From Kandy, we set off for the hill country, taking in Ramboda Falls en route. In the 1800s this hilly landscape was transformed by the introduction of tea plantations, a testament to man's effort, to provide the cuppa for the folks back home. The plantations are interrupted only by the narrow twisty road that winds through the bright green bushes …
... day ahead of us.
Day 2: January 20, 2014
That morning we almost didnīt start well because I forgot to set an alarm clock. Accidentally I woke up at 4.40, checked my tablet and it was time to start getting ready. What a good luck! Otherwise we would miss our trek. Well, Iīm sure Gonzalo wouldnīt mind so much :) To our surprise the tuk-tuk driver appeared even earlier than he promised so at 5.00 we were leaving for the Horton Plains National Park.
... to see memorial to Tsunami victims as this park was hit ******* Boxing Day 2004. We had to be out of the park by 6pm but in typical fashion all the action kicked off at 5.45. Firstly we saw some baby elephants (maybe 2 years old) then one Elephant came out of bush and charged at procession of jeeps (we were jeep number 2). At first I didn't notice it was unhappy as I have seen an African Elephant charge our truck and that was frightening - ...
... when we departed. This guesthouse is a definite must for anyone visiting Ella, they were so accommodating and eager to please!
...our next guesthouse couldn't be further from this. We arrived at Traveller's home in the pouring rain to a very grumpy owner, who was not impressed that we had book our trip to Yala the next day with a different person. Lorenna took charge of the situation and the owner left us to it. We tucked into ...
... attacked by a leech and been left bleeding. With Lanka's help, the blood was washed away and plaster applied ready for us to continue our journey. There is over 5200 steps to climb before you get to Adam's peak. It is a common place for Pilgrimage for Hindu's and Buddhists (amongst other religions), you see numerous Buddha and Hundu statues along the way. Lanka informed us that 90 year old women climb the ...