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2 Leopard Cubs, a Log, and An Afternoon in the Presence of the Heirs of the Jungle

The opening of “Block 5” of the Yala National Park a couple of years ago was a much welcome addition to Sri Lanka’s wildlife offering, and much needed diversification from the often crowded Block 1.   1,302 more words

Sri Lanka

Istuh-tee Sri Lanka

Mar 10-12, 2017

From ancient cities to the temperate hill country to the beautiful and tranquil southern beaches, Sri Lanka really has it all and, unfortunately, our time there was drawing to a close. 1,437 more words

An Afternoon in Ohiya

9th February 2017


After finishing the hike through Horton Plains, Mark, Wendy and I arrive back at our home stay in Ohiya around 11am, and are treated to some delicious coconut and ginger pancakes. 548 more words


The Digital Cancer is on the Spread!

As I was scrolling down my FB profile, I came across many requests from my FB friends asking  to report abusive pages. Going through the contents of a few pages it’s a foreseeable threat that develops like a cancer among our society. 752 more words

Let's Talk Law

U.S. Air Strike Kills Terrorist Qari Yasin, Masterminded the Bombing on the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad in 2008 and other Infamous Terror Attacks

America says the death of the militant chief shows that those responsible for deadly outrages “will not escape justice”.

“The death of Qari Yasin is evidence that terrorists who defame Islam and deliberately target innocent people will not escape justice.”

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The Last Act of a Jester

Can death be the last act of a jester
On a theatre called the hospital bed?
You wonder and you gather evidence
That it is perhaps so – a somber episode… 226 more words


Sri Lankan Brides- Kandyan Bride

Clad in an “Osariya” and draped in traditional jewelry, the Kandyan bride stands as a window in to the soul of Sri Lanka. She represents the traditions, culture and beliefs of the Sinhala Buddhist of this island nation. 955 more words