A young couple travelling the world have spent happy weeks exploring Sri Lanka, and blogging about where they’ve been and what they’ve seen. Matt and Dayna, are “a married couple travelling the world and trying to find a way to do it permanently”.
Monthly Archive: July 2016
When someone rather rudely puts their palm in your face and says ‘talk to the hand’, it’s actually the hand that’s talking to you. What it’s saying is: “Look closely, and you will know more about me than I know about you.”
This adventure-challenge-of-a-lifetime comes with three wheels, Sri Lanka’s peerless scenic variety—and the epic feel-good factor of supporting some worthy global charitable causes. Organised by LARGE Minority, the two upcoming Lanka Challenge will star a fantastic assortment of Sri Lanka’s fabled tuk-tuks. Yes you can!
Sri Lanka’s latest—and arguably the most amazing—eco-hotel retreat is not just the perfect place to chill and relax on the shore of the über-picturesque Koggala Lake. At the heart of Tri Lanka’s distinctive architectural meme is the mystical ‘golden ratio’—the fabled Fibonacci Sequence.
Unawatuna is all about the kilometer-long stretch of sandy beach that lines this sheltered bay just down the coast from Galle. And for beach, read ‘beach party’. Voted ‘The World’s Best Tropical Beach’ by The Discovery Channel, and ‘Best Beach in the World’ by Mark Ellingham, founder of the Rough Guides, it is a magnet for the world’s young(er) holidaymakers.
The amazing story of two Sri Lankan sisters who have succeed—possibly beyond their wildest expectations—in the cut-throat world of European fashion is an inspiration. Josie and Jessica Fernando were brought up in Switzerland, but summers spent in Sri Lanka were the starting point of Kinsfolk.
The first and only Arabic travel guide to Sri Lanka, entitled ‘The Most Beautiful Island in the World’, has been spotlighted by The National, the Gulf’s leading English-language newspaper in Abu Dhabi.