Glorius and Superb

Experiences, Featured, Solo Travel, Sri Lanka

He Said, She Said

13 Comments 31 May 2011

Since this was the first time I had traveled as a couple, to wrap up my travels to Sri Lanka, I decided to give you a little best/worst article; but not just from my perspective…from me and my travel partner’s perspective.  Finally – Russ gets to speak up and be heard!  We came up with [...]

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Ella rock sri lanka

Photo of the Week, Sri Lanka

Photo of the Week – Ella Rock Sri Lanka

11 Comments 27 May 2011

Welcome to Hill Country in Sri Lanka.  It certainly lives up to it’s name.  The hike to Ella Rock is a challenging 3 hour hike known for it’s phenomenal views of the valley below.  The small town of Ella is nestled in Hill Country and is the hiking mecca for tourists looking to get some [...]

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yala safari sri Lanka

Featured, Sri Lanka

Leopard Hunt

6 Comments 26 May 2011

There really only one reason travelers stop at the dusty town of Tissa in Sri Lanka, and that’s to see leopards. So it was no surprise when we rolled into town on a local bus that we were bombarded by locals trying to sell us safari tours to see the leopards. We had already organized [...]

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Polonnaruwa

Featured, Photo Documentaries, Sri Lanka

Photo of the Week – Polonnaruwa Sri Lanka

No Comments 20 May 2011

Photography of the ancient city of Polonnaruwa Sri Lanka. A stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Auraliya beach

Featured, Lodging, Sri Lanka

Traveling With Trip Advisor

8 Comments 19 May 2011

I walked into the room and there it was staring back at me, frozen in place next to my suitcase. I stopped abruptly, sighed and looked carefully at its shiny black body and spindly legs. The one light bulb in the room seemed to make the big cockroach’s body shimmer even more in ickiness. I [...]

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Featured, Photo Documentaries, Sri Lanka

The Powers of Observation

8 Comments 17 May 2011

There are times in travel where you just have to ‘go with it’. You don’t really understand what’s going on around you or why and no one can really give you any answers due to the language barrier. Heck, sometimes the locals don’t even know why something is done the way it is! So those [...]

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Featured, Photo of the Week, Sri Lanka

Photo of the Week – Tea Plantations Sri Lanka

4 Comments 13 May 2011

Sri Lanka is not only known for it’s turquoise waters and beaches, it’s also know for it’s green, rolling hills.  Those hills are filled with row after row of tea plants and dotted with workers picking the leaves.  I didn’t actually go to a tea plantation for a formal tour, but instead I captured the [...]

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sri pada above clouds

Adventure Travel, Photo Documentaries, Sri Lanka

Religions Collide on Adam’s Peak

17 Comments 12 May 2011

Footprints seem to mark the beginning of life for humans. We are born, and soon our little foot is being dipped in ink and imprinted on our birth certificates – marking our ‘official’ beginning. In Sri Lanka the birth of the main religions also came to life with a footprint – a sacred footprint. However [...]

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Sherry traveling the world

I'm Sherry, a corporate cube dweller turned nomadic traveler. I travel to off-the-beaten-path destinations to bring you unique travel experiences and photography. But it's not just about travel, it's also about life experiences of a middle age wanderer.
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