Bye Sri Lanka

Where do I start? Sri Lanka has been absolutely amazing! 19 days, 12 different places, meeting up with my Mum and Dad after 2 and half months of not seeing them and enjoying the variety of culture and beaches that Sri Lanka has to offer. I could easily live in Sri Lanka and my Parents... Continue Reading →


Galle fort

We jumped on a bus and took the 15min hot drive to Galle. The bus cost us 25 rupees each which is just over 10p each! We got dropped right outside the fort walls and was amazed from the different atmosphere it created inside. The hustle and bustle of buses, locals and general morning routines... Continue Reading →

Unawatuna beach day

We woke and had breakfast at our guesthouse which is called My Place. We went straight to the main beach and grabbed 2 sun loungers knowing we'd be at the beach all day and would need shade. At 9am it was already 25 degrees! We spent the day watching locals, eating food and going in... Continue Reading →

Mirissa coconut tree hill

We don't usually stay in places with no reviews on but last night in Dikwella we decided to stay at a place called Mum and Dad house and we are so glad we did! They were such a lovely family and after a great breakfast we spoke for a while about their life and... Continue Reading →

Dikwella and beach swings

We headed down for breakfast in our beautiful hotel and then checked out. We headed out in 3 tuk tuks to the bus station in Tissa. Chels and Jack got on a different bus to head to Tangalle (they're only a week into their travels) and Mum, Dad, Will and I headed on a bus... Continue Reading →

Yala National park

I've tried my best to blog everyday even if it's a more 'boring' day than usual, if that's what you can call it. Before yesterday I think I had missed one day. But because we were so busy with seeing Mum, Dad, my sister Chelsea and her boyfriend Jack I forgot to blog yesterday! So... Continue Reading →

Tangalle turtles

We woke at Turtle watch cabana and had the most delicious breakfast! Pancakes with banana and honey and a plate load of fruit. We stuffed our faces again and thought about how we will cope cooking our own food when we get home and not having such delicious meals cooked for us. We then headed... Continue Reading →

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