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A True Sri Lankan Experience at Mahagedara Wellness Retreat in Sigiriya

A True Sri Lankan Experience at Mahagedara Wellness Retreat in Sigiriya

It’s 8 in the morning. In a little village tucked inside the jungle in Sigiriya, the intermonsoon rains have already arrived. Our breakfast starts with a bowl of thick Lankan kola kenda, herbal gruel, made with Sri Lankan herbs, coconut milk and a small portion […]

Our Favorite Eats From September, 2018

Our Favorite Eats From September, 2018

Hello all, While you may find a lot of foodie stuff on our Instagram, It’s been a while since we talked about food here on our blog. Our actual blog. September was a good food month. Living in Colombo, not many days are good food […]

The Ultimate 12-Day Travel Guide to Meghalaya, India

The Ultimate 12-Day Travel Guide to Meghalaya, India

I solo traveled in Meghalaya for 12 days and while I have so many stories to tell, I thought of writing this guide. You can read my stories from Shillong here and from Mawsynram, here. This guide explains the route I took, places I visited […]

Mawsynram, Meghalaya: Two Days in the Wettest Place on Earth

Mawsynram, Meghalaya: Two Days in the Wettest Place on Earth

I was on a Facebook video call with my mother and sister when I heard loud giggles outside my door. Two little kids appeared with possibly the biggest smiles I’d seen in a while. Then came their friends. A few minutes back, they were playing […]

Virat Kohli, Imran Khan and Feeling Indian in Shillong, Meghalaya

Virat Kohli, Imran Khan and Feeling Indian in Shillong, Meghalaya

Zin traveled to Meghalaya for two weeks and she’s creating a series of posts where she pens down her most cherished experiences. This is the post one of NatnZin’s Meghalaya series. It’s Eid. I’m with Anne. One hearty breakfast and two cups of coffee later, […]

10 Things You Can Do in Arugam Bay Beside Surfing

10 Things You Can Do in Arugam Bay Beside Surfing

We went to Arugam Bay earlier this year and loved everything about the quaint hamlet on Sri Lanka’s East Coast. Since it was the “off-season” it was far away from the Arugam Bay we had heard of. We were away from the maddening crowds, hipsters […]

Stories of 12 Long-Term Couples Who Found Love on the Road

Stories of 12 Long-Term Couples Who Found Love on the Road

“Being born in Saudi Arabia to Sri Lankan parents, lived in both India and Australia, you came all the way to Sri Lanka, where your roots are from, to find love. And now you are here. You live here.” – Zahil loves to pull Nathan’s […]

For The Love of Cricket: Sri Lanka v South Africa, 2nd Test

For The Love of Cricket: Sri Lanka v South Africa, 2nd Test

There are days that we don’t feel like writing about travel. Those days are high in numbers that we can’t quite count. There are days we feel like writing about cricket. Today is one such day. Maybe…maybe because we sat below the players’ dressing room […]

An Open Letter to Sri Lankan Parents

An Open Letter to Sri Lankan Parents

“Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself. They come through you but not from you, And though they are with you yet they belong not to you. You may give them your love but not […]

20 Photos That Will Inspire You To Visit Nuwara Eliya

20 Photos That Will Inspire You To Visit Nuwara Eliya

We’ve realized that we aren’t exactly travelers who hunt down the must-see places. Instead, we choose to casually wander around the streets. That’s perfectly fine because our morning tuk rides lead us to interesting corners, where there are picturesque moss-laden rocky paths and flowery fences. Our casual, […]

Why Nuwara Eliya Is Our Favorite Hill Town in Sri Lanka

Why Nuwara Eliya Is Our Favorite Hill Town in Sri Lanka

Nuwara Eliya is often frequented by the local travelers for its climate. To Sri Lankans, Nuwara Eliya is a cold, sleepy beautiful town. It’s relatively less popular among foreign travelers compared to other hill stations in Sri Lanka, again for the same reason. Climate. It’s […]

Our Top “Sri Lanka by Train” Moments – Part One

Our Top “Sri Lanka by Train” Moments – Part One

Think of green vistas sweeping away as you peep your head out of the train window. Think of jungle-clad mountains, endless tea plantations and bada iringu (corn on the cob) uncles who make their way through crowded coaches. It’s no secret that we love travelling […]