Joe W

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Sri Lanka: The Pearl of the Indian Ocean

Sri Lanka. It’s called the Pearl of the Indian Ocean with its world-renowned tea plantations, rare gems, breathtaking beaches, Ayurveda centers, …

Sri Lanka Holidays | Independent Travel | 2018/2019 - Rickshaw Travel

Great things come in small packages and Sri Lanka does not disappoint. Discover the pearl of the Indian ocean on a Sri Lanka holiday with Rickshaw, …

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Hurry - once it's sold this opportunity will be gone!<p>Besides being memorable, .com domains are unique: This is the one and only .com name of it's …

Top 10 Places to Visit in Sri Lanka for 2013

After about a year, I think its time to re-write my <b>Top 10 places to visit in Sri Lanka</b> article. So here is my "Top 10 places you <b>must visit in Sri</b> …

Sri Lanka: nirvana for beach lovers

Sri Lanka overwhelms the senses. The air is heavy with the scent of jasmine, the food richly spiced and the landscape one of utter beauty; the radiant green rice paddies, forests of swaying palm trees and mountains puckered in tea plantations are utterly bewitching. But for many people Sri Lanka …

Soothe The Soul In Sri Lanka

<b>By Pieter Graham</b><p>If the discerning gent was given the opportunity to visit a place of unique culture, beautiful panoramas and incredible food he’ll …

Exploring Sri Lanka’s Once-Forbidden Coast

“You’re going to Jaffna? Don’t worry!” My tuk-tuk driver in the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo, upon hearing that I plan to visit the northern capital …

Sri Lanka: in the kingdom of Kandy

Weird, isn’t it, when people you’d assumed long dead suddenly step out of the forest? It happened to me the other day, in Sri Lanka. I’d read a bit about the Veddas, the island’s original inhabitants. They were first described in English by a merchant of Wimbledon, Robert Knox, in 1681 (“wild men”, …