For those of us who don't have much idea of how tea arrives in the shops this was an interesting outing. The guide that took us through the factory spoke excellent English and the tour was very informative - the nearly 100 year old equipment is still going strong. It's worth taking a short stroll through the plantation itself, although we ended up with a crowd of children asking us for money which was mildly unpleasant. In fact, N'ellya is the only place in Sri Lanka where we felt quite accosted by beggars (on the plantation, in the town, and at roadside stops).
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