The tailor's seat was slightly warmed by the warmth of the sun
I went to the tailor Loulacondera from Kandy by bus for 3 hours.
There was thunder and heavy rain the night before.
However, when I woke up in the morning, the rain stopped and I was expected to be able to go somehow.
As we approached Lulacondera, the weather was clear like a lie.
The bright sunlight made the jungle glow green.
"It's like being invited by a tailor," everyone thought. Then there are the ruins of the tailor's residence, which made tea many times, the hearth, the benches, and the terraced fields where tea trees were crossbred. . .
I still have a feeling that a tailor will suddenly appear from around here. And the stone bench that he loved dearly, from which he could see a 180-degree panorama of the distant mountains, his tea garden, and the pale blue of the mountain and the sky.
When I sat down on the bench for the first time in a long time, I could feel the warmth of the sun, and it felt so good that I wanted to sit for a long time.
However, it was foggy again, and it was getting cloudy, so I hurried back to the bus.
Then 30 minutes later, an unbelievable downpour….
The rain continued until we returned to Kandy.
"Thank you Taylor, nice to see you again!"