Travel Blogs from Sri Lanka

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scooting in east coast's A bay, Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka travel blog

scooting in east coast's A bay

A travel blog entry by leendunc

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... . The road turns to a dust track and without sign of a boundary or ticket office we have entered the north east area of Sri Lanka's national park. As a whole, the park is home to deer, buffalo, crocadiles, elephants and even leopards, but Kumanu or the ...

Massage abuse and romantic requests, Negombo, Sri Lanka travel blog

Massage abuse and romantic requests

A travel blog entry by laureneden

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... number. In Britain? No problem! "Oh dear, this isn't Martha? I'm terribly sorry. How embarrassing! Most sorry about that." In Sri Lanka this resulted in the man calling me back over 30 times, asking me various questions about my whereabouts etc etc. ...

5000 steps, Kandy, Sri Lanka travel blog

5000 steps

A travel blog entry by serenelisabeth

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... a typical English village style church in the centre of town, right next door to the most famous Hindu Temple in Sri Lanka. I stayed in a friendly guest house overlooking the lake and made plans with an American photographer to visit a religious mountain ...

Time for Tea and Thanksgiving, Hatton, Sri Lanka travel blog

Time for Tea and Thanksgiving

A travel blog entry by bjbromberg

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Happy Thanksgiving Weekend to All, On Tuesday we left by train for the mountains and the tea producing area of Sri Lanka.  We left from an old train station out from Kandy that was built in 1867.  Our train was full, even 2nd and 3rd class! ...

Golden Temple at Dambulla and Kandy, Kandy, Sri Lanka travel blog

Golden Temple at Dambulla and Kandy

A travel blog entry by jowhiting

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... were much smaller and less impressive than the others. From here we were to visit a Spice and Herbal garden at Kaudupella.  Sri Lanka is world renowned for its healing spices and herbs, in fact 1500 species of medicinal plants are used. We were ...

Building Houses, Tangalle, Sri Lanka travel blog

Building Houses

A travel blog entry by feliz_carolina

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We went to some MCC partner projects, where they are building houses for people who were affected by the Tsunami. Its been a year and a half since the Tsunami hit, and people are still not in houses! It was really sad. People are living in schools, ...

In Kandy, Kandy, Sri Lanka travel blog

In Kandy

A travel blog entry by hornuts

... Kandy to crash for a couple of days.  Kandy is in "the hills" here so it's actually cooler than what I expected from Sri Lanka.  The Indian consulate was closed today on account of some holiday I can't pronounce, so I wandered down into town to ...

Feb 19, 2012, Mihintale, Sri Lanka travel blog

Feb 19, 2012

A travel blog entry by lucaseb

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Yala National Park, Tissa, Sri Lanka, Tissamaharama, Sri Lanka travel blog

Yala National Park, Tissa, Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by longwayhomenz

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Yala national park, apparently, has the highest leopard densities in the world. After 77 days in Africa, and after seeing only 1 leopard from a far distance, we had all fingers and toes crossed that we would see a leopard relatively close. We booked a ...

Paradise Found, (original title still Lost), Tangalla, Sri Lanka travel blog

Paradise Found, (original title still Lost)

A travel blog entry by williment

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A short hop on the bus along the South coast brings us to the aptly named Palm Paradise Cabanas, Tangalla.  We had these ear marked for ages after reading good reviews on 'Trip advisor' and were certainly not disappointed. We were quickly installed ...

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