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Thoughts on Sri Lanka After The Tsunami – Sri Lanka
As baseball soothed Lee Abbamonte after 9/11, he was almost relieved to see that cricket does the same for Sri Lankans.
Sri Lanka – on a Corporate Budget – Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka – on a Corporate Budget – Sri Lanka home_dec07_srilanka.jpgKathryn Millet
Elections and Elephants – Sri Lanka
Nicole Smith tours Sri Lanka, looking at elephants and enjoying a past time, cricket.
A Siren In Ceylon – Sri Lanka
A Siren In Ceylon – Sri Lanka home_oct07_siren.jpgAlthough it's just s
Socialists Need High-End Electronics Too – Sri Lanka
Conor Grennan enters a country where the first things he reads on the Embarkation Card are: USE BLOCK CAPITAL LETTERS.....ONLY BLUE OR BLACK INK.....DEATH PENALTY.
Tsunami Junction, Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka
Tsunami Junction, Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka home_may06_tsunami.jpgLaurie Weed visi
Unawatuna: Post Tsunami Scenario – Unawatuna, South Coast, Sri Lanka
Unawatuna: Post Tsunami Scenario – Unawatuna, South Coast, Sri Lanka home_feb17_srilanka.jpgAsoka Weerasin
Esala Festival Season 2000
Esala, the lunar month in the Singhalese calendar ushers in a period of festivities in Sri Lanka and it occurs during the months of July and August. This year the full moon day of Esala falls on 16th of July 2000. Most of these festivals take the form of a Perehara, a procession conducted mostly […]
Sri Lanka by Bus – Kanday, Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka by Bus – Kanday, Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka Terrapins, elephants, cyclists and narrow roads di
Me, My Girl, and a Frost Free February #8: Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka
Selena has learned a couple of things on this trip. One is that bargaining too much can be a mistake. The other is not to trust her guidebook.