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Land of the Gentle Giants: Elephants and Whales

Blue whales – the big reason why we decided on going to Sri Lanka in the first place. It was the start of whale-watching season (Dec to Apr), when the leviathans cross the southern tip of the island and migrate to the warmer waters of...

Horton Plains: World’s End and Baker’s Falls

“What time is the train coming? Can we buy our tickets already?” I asked the man for the 3rd time in the ticketing office from the back door. We were getting restless at Hatton Railway Station, the fatigue setting in from our early morning hike...

Climbing Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka

Dalhousie, Sri Lanka Day 4, 2am: got a rude shock when someone (must be V, I thought) switched on the lights in our Blue Sky Guesthouse room. The annoying alarm is ringing in the background. I burrowed back under my thin, porous blanket, but even...

Through the hills of Sri Lanka

[caption id="attachment_2624" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Lake Kandy in the morning[/caption] Due to its relatively small size and unique shape, Sri Lanka is often described as the teardrop of India - or more poetically, the pearl of the Indian Ocean. This often overlooked travel destination is blessed with beautiful beaches,...