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Tour and take a closer look at the local fishermen’s life or explore the wildlife and the villages during your visit to this southern paradise. Given below are few things you could try out when in Yala. Fishing Tours Go on a fishing tour while holidaying in Sri Lanka and help out the local fishermen to check on their overnight bait. If you are a fan of fly fishing then all you need ...
Tissa is the sort of place you stay because you have a destination or attraction to get to. It is again steeped in history being the Sinhalese Kingdom capital about 3rd century BC and has a beautiful massive man made lake but that's about it.
We stayed here overnite so we could get to Yala National Park at the crack of dawn. Yala is generally considered one of the best of the 15 national parks Sri Lanka has to offer. The mozzies here ...
We had an early start, to get to Yala for the peak of the action - we left our hotel at 5 am. We were picked up by a jeep that had six chairs fixed on the back in an open air viewing area. We were the last to be picked up, but apart from a quick hello, no one said too much as it was far too early for conversation! We drove towards Yala National Park in the dark, with the cool morning air blowing in our faces, excited about the prospect of our first ever ...
I generally write this blog referencing my photos and the 16th January confuses me. I was obviously back in town as I took an image of a bomb / suspicious package warning, hopefully now out of date but possibly still necessary, and a meal with no context photos of the restaurant or anything else. Bizarrely, I appear to have been eating ice-cream which is not something I normally do. Well, put it down to the heat and the fact that I am so totally relaxed by being ...
... is positively noxious despite there being environmental police checking emissions all over the place but there seems to be a complete lack of actual street food by which I mean hawker stalls and carts which are so common elsewhere on the continent. There is no shortage of places to eat but they are all enclosed and don't seem to exude the same odour. Enough about Colombo's lack of effect on my olfactory organ, the reader probably isn't ...