People tend to dress up a little bit in ol’ Little England. I may have come to the town in an old pair of jeans and a drab kurta but I changed things up for the latter part of the day when we decided to visit a few places.
I went with a chic black and white look for the evening with my outfit. This is me wearing a pair of chappals I scored from a street bazaar in India during one of my many trips there, black leggings, a black and white ethnic kurta and black shawl from India as well. The leggings are from Westside and the kurta is from one of my favourite stores, Global Desi.
The Nuwara Eliya town ain’t that big so there’s only a few places you can visit. We headed to the famous Grand Hotel for a snack and were quite surprised to find a tlounge by Dilmah on the outside veranda.
The menu is very much similar to that of the tlounge located at Chatham Street in Fort, Colombo 1 and so we sat down to grilled chicken sandwiches and yummilicious flavoured cups of warm tea.
Here’s to all the mothers around the world – to the single mums, the working mums, the stay at home mums, the compassionate mums, the determined mums, the grumpy mums, the beautiful mums, the moody mums, the funny mums, the loving mums, the annoying mums, the kind mums, the thoughtful mums, the crazy mums, the hobo mums, the dynamic mums, the fashionable mums, the cranky mums, the weird mums, the over-bearing mums, the loud mums, the silly mums, the knowledgeable mums, the sporty mums, the challenging mums, the soft-spoken mums; the great cook, the driver, the sitter, the cleaner, the best friend, the caretaker, the mechanic, the cheerleader, the teacher, the stylist, the confidant and the nurse. You are everything and more to us. We do not cherish and appreciate you just for today but we do always. We love you with all our hearts. After all we’re the only ones who know the sound of your heart beat from the inside ♡