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Ten Years Of Hermitage

Navigating one’s way through the labyrinth of rooms, the valuable art that adorns the walls and the antiques, collectibles and ornaments compete for space and attention at every turn in the former house turned shop on Gower Street....
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The Roots to Happiness

Thirteen years ago Rienzie Fernando, Managing Director and CEO of Roots had a bright idea. By harnessing the thriving fruit population in Sri Lanka, he thought that a juice parlour would do the country a great deal of good. He...
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BLINDS! to suit your mood

Blinds are the latest trend in interior as well as exterior shading, and where better to spruce up your homestead with an assortment of blinds designs than at Light & Shade, a leader of the trade in the local market....
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Tee in Paradise

From the fourth hole the scenery grew alongside the rippling waters of the Victoria Reservoir that held reflections of the banking hills. The eighth hole opened the golf course’s view of the Knuckles mountain range. In Nuwara Eliya, the atmosphere...
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Tangy Tastes Of Sri Lanka

Words: Thilini Kahandawaarachchi | Photographs: Mahesh Prasantha |  Prabhath Chathuranga |  Meneka Aravinda Perhaps the most anticipated of all fruit seasons in Sri Lanka, Rambutan time is the vibrantly colourful and the enticingly exciting. Awaited by the young and the...
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A Stop at Whiskey Point

Arugam Bay, in the eastern coastal belt of Sri Lanka, is the hot spot for surfing. Though many try their luck at conquering the waves at the more popular Arugam Bay point, there are numerous lesser-known points along the coast...
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Threading Tales

Weaving, it appears, is much more than the creation of a pretty fabric. The body of work encompassing 15 years by artist and fabric technologist Chandramani Thenuwara showcases the intricacies of handweaving which she presented as a tribute to the...
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As White as Snow

A rarity almost never found in the wild, the white tiger is world famous for its uniqueness. For the first time in the history of the nation the Dehiwala Zoological Garden is showcasing a pair of these beautiful creatures. Lovingly...
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Up, Up and Away

As we rounded the corner leading towards the house of the kite maker, we came across an open paddy field. My eyes darted over to the two young boys, battling with the wind to lift their kite up into the...
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Aditya: Step Into Serenity

Snuggled between the cities of Galle and Hikkaduwa, along the Southern coast, Aditya stands wrapped in luxury and tranquillity. Stepping into this boutique hotel, I am greeted by vast open spaces, where rich, authentic art adorns the mellow walls. ...
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