Our last beach pit stop and an 6am start for a breakfast date with the turtles.
There is not much to see here other than a series of beautiful sunsets and beaches from Marisa, Ahangama, Koggala, Dalawella &Unawatuna.
Arguably the most beautiful train journey in the world, one thing I learnt on this holiday is that it's certainly true that a photo can speak a thousand words and certainly a better job than me! The journey down to Ella was long but time flew so quickly as we were mesmerised by the rolling... Continue Reading →
We touched down in Sri Lanka in the early hours of the morning ready to head to our first destination, Kandy. In the weeks leading up to our trip we weren’t quite sure whether this would be possible as there had been some unrest in the city but luckily everything had settled down a week... Continue Reading →
Strolling through the quaint streets around Galle Fort, it is very evident in the architecture that this town has had a huge European influence when it was constructed. In contrast to the other towns and villages we visited along the way in Sri Lanka, Galle has such a different feel about it rooted in an... Continue Reading →
One of the highlights of the trip was watching the wild elephants roam the grasslands of Uda Walawe National Park. For two hours we travelled around the park via jeep keeping our eyes out for any elephant sightings, we were lucky enough to see a couple of baby elephants up close - emotions were at... Continue Reading →
The end of our trip exploring the vast beauty of Sri Lanka was spent in Colombo, we had 24 hours to navigate around the capital and explore what the city had to offer… The majority of our agenda revolved around food – getting our last fix of the delicious local cuisine and fresh food before... Continue Reading →