Tea Trails

The greatest shared experience on Earth

There are some ‘Festivals’ that simply take one’s breath away for their sheer scale of humanity. The Carnival in Rio New Year’s Eve in Sydney Harbour The Kandy Esala Perahera. Whilst the first two are sparkling events, they have become very commercialized. Unlike the Kandy Esala Perahera which, whilst attracting vast crowds of 500,000+ each

Leopard and Biodiversity Research and Conservation in Norwood area

Leopard and Biodiversity Research and Conservation in the Norwood, Castlereigh and Bogawanthalawa Valley areas bordering Peak Wilderness Sanctuary Dunkeld Conservation Station, June 2017. Continued research being carried out by The Wilderness & Wildlife Conservation Trust (WWCT) within the surrounding area that borders the Peak Wilderness Sanctuary is revealing some remarkable results. The Dunkeld Conservation Research

The butler did it!

When I arrived at Tea Trails for the first time I was introduced to my private butler, Suresh. Resplendent in a silvered sarong and matching shirt, (He has 4 sets to choose from) he was everything I envisaged a butler to be. Tall, handsome and quietly spoken. In fact, I’ll admit it here for the