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Finding my stride (aka happy three months, Sri Lanka!)

Sri Lanka and I recently celebrated our three month anniversary. While that might sound silly – because obviously I’m not actually in a relationship with this beautiful island – the word “anniversary” is the best way I can describe how I’m celebrating the past three months I’ve spent in the country. 1,106 more words

Life In Sri Lanka

Elephants, beaches and so much more- Sri Lanka, the country full of surprises

For one of our trips we decided it was time to see what Sri Lanka was all about. A country that only a little while ago was not on the list of places to visit due to the civil war which finished in 2009. 524 more words


Moon Of Liberty Cricket - SL v Aus ODI Game 3


ODI Game 3 – Sri Lanka v Australia

There was no fairytale ending for Tillakaratne Dilshan who was playing his final one day game for Sri Lanka. 144 more words


My take: Seasons of Trouble

Rohini Mohan’s debut novel touches upon a sensitive topic: the Sri Lankan war against the LTTE. There have been books written about this war from the point of view of the Sri Lankan Sinhalese but for the first time, the horror of the war has been brought to light from the point of view of those affected the most in the conflict-the Sri Lankan Tamils. 354 more words

Book Review

Pajama Party - SL v Aus 2nd & 3rd ODI Reviews

All bow for the Honourable Mr Warner – Australia’s 23rd ODI captain. Given his form captaining Sunrisers Hyderabad to the IPL title in May, you can’t say he hasn’t deserved this opportunity. 496 more words

Australian Side

Australia edge past Sri Lanka in Dilshan's ODI farewell

Australia scraped past Sri Lanka by two wickets to spoil Tillakaratne Dilshan’s one-day farewell and go 2-1 up in the five-match series on Sunday.

Opting to bat first, Sri Lanka were all out for 226 with four balls remaining, a total built around Dinesh Chandimal’s gutsy 102 in an otherwise poor batting display by the hosts in the third match of the series. 306 more words