The 5th day dawned bright and fair. The perfect weather for the team to plunge in to the sea of greenness that is tea covered mountains. Then back to Tientsin, a high colonial bungalow with its glorious rooms and magnificent views. Built in 1888 and lying at an altitude of 4,600 feet the bungalow with its polished wooden floors, high ceilings and terraced gardens transported the visitors back in time to an era when the life in the plantations was a mystical combination of British and Sri Lankan. A leisurely lunch that included produce from the bungalow’s organic vegetable garden followed by an afternoon of just soaking in the mellow sunshine. A chance to re-live the life of a planter in the colonial Ceylon with the added delight of luxurious Tea Trails hospitality.