Sri Lankan Serendipity – Experience Travel Group Blog
Of course we had to see the elephants at Udawalawe, climb Sigirya (my favourite place on Earth), visit the temples in the Cultural triangle, and seek out all the little experiences we could along the way.
Riding on trains, staying on a tea plantation and waking early to go for runs through nearby paddy fields was a lovely thing to do while staying in Kandalama. The rest of the time we skipped lunches in restaurants and opted instead for the delicious short eats sold from various vendors. The cutlets and fish balls are incredibly tasty and we quickly grew immune to the chillies.
It was perfect – the closest thing to adventure we had experienced in a long time. Somehow, on around day seven, a little seed of an idea started to take shape. I am an Interior Designer and property developer and thinking about having my own place out in Sri Lanka become an obsession. It was like a fever. By day eleven, I was a woman possessed.
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