If you ever happen to find yourself in Sri Lanka’s hill country, you must make sure to visit The Hill Club and splurge on a dinner.
It may be your only chance to be treated like an aristocrat at bargain prices.
Located on Grand Hotel Row, the Hill Club is a throwback to a bygone era. The decor hasn’t changed since the 40’s and the formality and tradition is as strong as ever.
There is a strict dress code there and having travelled through Asia for almost three months there was no way we were going to be able to follow the rules.
Never fear, they supply suit jackets and ties fresh from 1977.
Dave picked himself up a nice little Harris Tweed jacket complete with bright floral tie. He sweat his way through the evening in that wool coat with tie looped tight around his red north face trekking shirt.
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