Tea Bush Hotel

29, Haddon Hills Road, Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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Sri Lanka - Nuwara Eliya

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... class, jumping to the train before it actually stopped just to make sure they will get a seat, literally falling out of the train because it was too full. We were ready for the worst…

Finally it was not bad at all because the train was adjusted to thousands of tourists who take it every day. There was one carriage in the third class dedicated to passengers with previous seat reservations. We were one of them. So in the end we were sharing quite a comfy ...

Nuwara Eliya hill country and tea plantation

A travel blog entry by drclad


... are spelled. I actually can't believe I haven't received at least a high five from Dave for this bit of genius given that I have saved us from half a week of further embarrassment. We can now thankfully call our guide by his name - the lovely Lakshman (I added 'the lovely' bit). From Kandy, we travelled higher and higher up the jungle mountains past acres and acres of tea plants and stunning scenery at every turn. ...

No Sweet without the Sour

A travel blog entry by oupaoumatravels


... phrase it. If you want to, you can go whole days, if not weeks, without putting yourself in a situation that will shake you up. And then, when those situations present themselves, dealing with them is unpleasant. The bittersweet reality of packing your bags for a foreign country is that many of the self created protective mechanisms are stripped away. Obviously it's daunting, and yes you'll often find yourself in a frame of mind you won't be comfortable with, but ...

PG Tips this isn't!

A travel blog entry by lauralamble


... or one of the many other spices and fruit he showed us. One of the things that we learnt today, was that lots of the agriculture that currently exists in Sri Lanka is due to the various conquests that have taken place. Nuwara Eliya, is obviously full of tea plantations, that the British brought over from China, but it also has a thriving vegetable industry. It was odd to see stalls by the side of the road not selling the brightly ...

Brain lazy, storm drains and toilet rolls

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... quite sad and prayed if there was a service in the week we would be able to go to it (as the people we spoke to didn't know of a service midweek). Through a set of bizzar consequences (including wet trainers, flip flops and a Buddist temple) we found a church that had a service on Wednesday morning so we went. It was great and we left feeling full of joy and peace. It happened to be the morning of our third anniversary - a great way to begin our fourth year of marriage ...

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This hotel, located on 29, Haddon Hills Road, Nuwara Eliya, is near Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Nuwara Elia and Tea Country, and Buduruwagala.
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