To many, travel is just a getaway to a luxurious hotel once in every twelve months. You work and work and work and finally fly or drive your car to a palace-like hotel because that’s happiness. And that’s okay. That’s completely okay. We travel differently. This […]
Our experience and things to know about Bed & Bicycle Hostel The twinkle lights downstairs add a little magical touch to the hostel premises. Having just had two beef samosas and chicken rolls from a roadside shop nearby, we are back in Bed & Bicycle Hostel […]
A few weeks ago, we explored Mirissa with Hangover Hostels. Mirissa is a small village in Sri Lanka’s South Coast which became a hub for surfers and all sorts of tourists looking for some beach fun. We absolutely loved our time in Mirissa. There are […]
As I was sitting on a Panama-Colombo bus at the Pottuvil bus stand, browsing my phone, waiting for Nathan to come back from his dinner-searching trip, I was given a lens cap and a floppy hat. “The cap,” says the person standing in front of […]
We had arrived in Arugam Bay after two bus journeys from Colombo and a short tuk-tuk ride. Getting to this East Coast paradise is quite a caveat if you use public transport but, as soon as we came to our eco-friendly beach hut, the sun […]
This is a guest post written by Chole from GoGo Budget Travel. Chole shares her tips and recommendations about the best place to visit in Thailand. What is the best place to visit in Thailand? When it comes to Thailand, what’s the first place you think […]
“So you don’t know how to cook rice & curry, and that’s why you are here?” The Australian guest who joined us for the cooking class with Ecowave asks me. In Sri Lanka, we eat rice & curry for breakfast. We eat it for lunch. […]
Travelling with our busy uni and work schedules is pretty hard. We have a very limited time and we went to have the maximum use of it. So Nathan and I thought every year we’d take 2-3 week trips to somewhere abroad. So, Last October, we […]
In December, 2007, we went on a safari at Kaudulla National Park. It was one of the most surreal experiences in our lives.
Five Sri Lankan travelers share their thoughts on travel, and their most heartfelt experiences on the road.