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A Fisherman’s Tale

The gates to the Yala National Park were just ahead and a small byroad on the right led to the little cove beyond....
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Under The Sea

It was 7.30 in the morning, too early by the looks of still sleepy Passekudah. Only the imprint of footsteps of the countless people that must have walked the shores...
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Stop! It’s A Dansala

The blaring music is a mix of placid religious refrain and lively pop music. The décor is unmistakable....
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Gal Siyambala And Gaduguda

Call it by its fancy English name Velvet Tamarind or refer to it by its high flown Latin tag as Dialium indum if you must, but it hardly matters for the good old...
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The Making Of Creamy And Delicious Mee Kiri

I hid behind my friend as fear gripped me, I covered my mouth with my hand so that I will not make a sound....
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Messages in Art

From scribbling with charcoal on the cement floor as a child to exhibiting works of art the world over as an established artist, Gunasiri Kolambage has lived...
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Crocodiles All The Way

A troop of eagles swarming the skies overhead where a small river ran under a bridge that lay over the road leading from Kalmunai to Ampara drew our gaze...
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Milk Hoppers Creamy And Milky Goodness

A new day had dawned in Kilinochchi. Rays of sunlight were starting to gradually filter through the trees as we made our way to Naguleswaran Parameswari’s house....
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A Little Bit Of Dutch In Kalpitiya

Designed in 1666, the construction of the Dutch Fort in Kalpitiya was completed in 1676. As the entry point to the Puttalam lagoon, the Kalpitiya Fort was ......
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To Vakarai

It was but just another day as we sped along the Maradankadawala-Habarana-Thirukkondaiadimadu Highway heading towards Vakarai....
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