Dalhousie Photo-Walk – In The Rain

When Toni and I arrived in Dalhousie, Sri Lanka we had two priorities: find somewhere to stay, then eat. We’d had an early start from Kandy and a terrifying bus journey through the hills from Hatton to Dalhousie and now we needed food.

Read about that journey and how to get from Kandy to Dalhousie here.

After that we thought we’d go for a walk to the lake and find the waterfall. But the moment our bellies were full and we decided to set off, the heavens opened…

dalhousie photo walk in the rain

It just started to rain as we were setting off on our Dalhousie walk

We were more worried about our nocturnal hike up Adam’s Peak which we planned to do that night. Anyway, we’d cross that bridge when we came to it.

We decided to set off in the rain anyway.

Photos from Dalhousie, Sri Lanka

Earlier this year I shared my photos from this walk in Dalhousie with you on Instagram. And now here they all are in order. If you have any comments I’d love you to share them. And if you don’t already, don’t forget to follow along on Instagram.

Came across this waterfall during our walk in the rain through the lush green tea plantations of Dalhousie, Sri Lanka

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Angry buses! This photo is pure Sri Lanka!

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And finally we arrived at the lake

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Peeping through the trees at the lake

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Nature at its best… Oh, and the cloud’s lifting too 🙂

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Last one of the lake at Dalhousie from our walk in the rain. Next stop… Somewhere else!

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To continue with the story, read the next installment of my Sri Lanka trip here.

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