Sri Lanka seems to be one of those countries that everyone’s been thinking about this year! It’s one of those special countries that has an immersive culture, some pretty epic teaches and enough spiced hoppers to enjoy, day after day! Over the course of this year, we’ve been fortunate to be able to visit Sri … Continue Reading

After seeing wild elephants in Udawalawe, we spent the remainder of the evening, relaxing poolside, glasses of bubbly at-the-ready… The next morning we set about exploring a place I’d never heard of before visiting – Beruwala. Beruwala is also a seaside town and after wandering around the town, we ended up in at the Kande … Continue Reading

After our brilliant night, we got up bright and early to set off on a long drive to Udawalawe National Park where the plan was to safari in the morning and lunch in the afternoon! (I kinda think the folk at Thomson knew of my predilection for safaris before we arrived… 😉 ) Thankfully free … Continue Reading

One of the most iconic images I’ve seen of Sri Lanka, long before we visited even the first time was of the stilt fishermen on the coastline of Galle and, understandably so, this is something I’d wanted to see for quite some time! But more on that later… first off – lunch! Lunch was at … Continue Reading

After our much needed lazy and relaxed first day in Sri Lanka, Thomson arranged something very special for us the very next morning – a boat ride through Madu Ganga river! This was in-part ‘special’ because this is something I’d wanted to do after we left Sri Lanka last time, actually get to experience more … Continue Reading

Our return to Sri Lanka was something of a last-minute plan. As you might remember, we’d been to Sri Lanka earlier in the year and although our itinerary back them was quite full and we managed to pack in quite a lot for one week, there was still so much of Sri Lanka that I’d … Continue Reading

After leaving the blistering heat in Kandy, we were only too happy to arrive at our next stop on our trip across Sri Lanka which turned out to be an indoor event. In retrospect, I probably would have preferred it outdoors but I can’t even pretend – I was far too grateful for that air-conditioning! … Continue Reading

After a day of hiking many-a-mountain (okay, fine – just two mountains), we spent the rest of that evening in Sri Lanka having calming Ayruveda massages and dining on as much delicious Sri Lankan food as we could lay our hands on (which was quite a lot). ^Above is where you have the massages by … Continue Reading

The UNESCO World site of Sigiriya (Lion Rock) in Sri Lanka has quite the view and is justifiably one of the most visited sites in Sri Lanka but there’s a view to rival this just across the road from here and I’d like to show you why! First things first though, after that hike up … Continue Reading