Tea Bush Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... feel a little bit better.
When we reached the gate the driver asked us to get out and pay for the entrance. The fees were extremely ridiculous. As a visitor of the Horton Plains National Park you are required to pay not only for yourself but also for a vehicle and its driver. While residents pay RS 60, foreigners are charged RS 1,800 (30 times more!). No kidding! In total we were requested to pay RS 5,500 (nearly USD 45). From the main gate we kept driving for another ...
... every safari jeep rushed to one spot and in an attempt to get a good view our driver parked us under a tree the reversed into another safari vehicle - so we saw nothing,however passing another vehicle I stopped an Italian man with little man syndrome (camera bigger than a telescope). he showed me the photo of leopard and pointed to spot and I could make out an orange blob on a grey rock, So technically I have seen a leopard. 6.10 as we ...
From the moment we woke up, we could feel the ache in our legs. Adam's peak had definitely worked us hard. Running late, we quickly got dressed and jumped in our taxi for the 1.5 hour journey to Horton's Plains. The national park looks very British, even down to the plants. We learnt that a lot of the plants had been introduced by the British and taken over, destroying plants native to Sri Lanka. We walked around for ...
... at the size of the rest area. Lanka informed me that religious people have little interest in seeing the sunrise so will literally get to the top, have a 5 minute rest and turn round and climb back. I, however, needed a rest. Despite, the sweaty trip up the mountain, it got very cold amongst the clouds Amy and me huddled together and waited for the sun.
The sunrise at Adam's Peak, has to be one of ...
... We found out hotel but there was a mix up with the booking and they ssid our room would be ready in and hour. We inspected in and found he was still cuttung the wood for the bed slats and the roon was civered in power tools but he laughed and posed for the before picture of getting our room ready. Haptuale is absolutly gorgeous and T drove us to a hillside restaursnt where we were serve another table full of local curries and drank beer with an ...