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Portraits From Sri Lanka

Truth be told, I do love taking portraits of people but admittedly do not do much of them as I am rather apprehensive doing so, worrying I may be imposing on someone’s privacy and being told off. 263 more words

Photography

Bentota

Feel like walking along a beautif beach where the only thing you can see around is sand and the ocean?

Bentota should be your best choice! 392 more words

Voyage

An Easter war story: The Rising Sun comes with bombs on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka

EDITOR’S NOTE: Kamloops resident Nihal Maligaspe has kindly obtained permission to publish the following article, a chapter from a book by Capt. Elmo Jayawardena, who says, “I am no aviation historian, just an aeroplane driver who spent a long time in the sky. 969 more words

History

The Battle of Night and Day

After hours of putting one foot in front of the other, stomping up stairs, I was nearing my goal. I was in southern Sri Lanka and a holy pilgrimage had pulled me out of bed in the middle of the night. 62 more words

Photography

Flying High

Pinch me, is this for real
I’m in paradise here i feel
Surrounded by beauty and big smiling faces
Trying new things, being put through my paces… 94 more words

Opportunity of a Lifetime....

If you are ever in Sri Lanka and have the opportunity to climb Adam’s Peak – do it!

Adam’s Peak

After a long day travelling from Sigiriya we arrived in Hatton to climb Adam’s Peak. 546 more words

Sri Lankan Higher Education System and it's Failure to produce intellectuals

As the Sri Lankan government permitted the private sector to embark into hospitals, transportation (private buses), primary and secondary schools (private and international schools) it should open the door for the private sector to set up universities as well. 503 more words

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