[VIDEO WALKING ON TRAIN TRACK AND TRAIN]
To cut a long story and journey short we trekked for about 45 minutes along a railway line and through tea plantations to find it was the wrong waterfall and it was pretty lame. So basically we went straight back to where we started and headed for the one we saw from Little Adams Peak and it was definitely the right decision.
- SWIMMING IN THE FALLS
After we did some swimming and sun bathing the pool area got pretty busy with locals, so we timed it just right. It was a great little trip and experience!
- AT THE FALLS
I’ve done enough Trekking and climbing over the last few days to last me a lifetime so it was great to get back and chill out before we parted ways tomorrow. I’ll be heading south to Yala National Park, with the intention to hopefully do a Safari. I didn’t realize how much and how diverse the wildlife is in Sri Lanka. Yala National Park is home to Leopards, Black Bears, Sloth Bears, Crocodiles, Buffalo, Elephants and countless others. Even so, most are said to be very rare to see in the and around the park, especially the Leopard and Black Bear; so lets hope I get lucky.
The evening meal was great – yet another curry and rice buffet, and its custom to eat with your hand, so of course we gave it a go – Joss in action.
- THE FEAST!