Tea Planting Sri Lanka is well known for its tea plantations (which British people planted originally) so we headed out in Christan's tuk-tuk to one that was nearby. He was very jolly, singing away and smiling along the journey. It took about an hour to get to the Handunugoda tea plantation and we were handed over to our tour guide who took us around the grounds. The company is known for its virgin white tea (apparently a Chinese emperor used to order virgins t...
Andy's Counting Rice Grains
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Galle (bladder?) We were out the door at 7:30 to head to the train station. I asked for a tuk-tuk to be flagged whilst we settled the bill. On going out the door the hotel car was ready to take us, we asked why no tuk-tuk but there was some conversation about price being the same but we just got into the car as time was more important than cost. At the station getting the tickets to Galle - South-Western Sri Lanka was easy and cheap (180 rupees). For breakfast ...