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Taking a walk in Sri Lanka

A caretaker at Pinnawala elephant orphanage, south-central Sri Lanka.

Mirissa, a fishing town in South Sri Lanka. From here boats venture out to the Indian Ocean.

A bus stand at Galle, south Sri Lanka.

Kandy, central Sri Lanka. A semi-hill town that was also the last capital of the country's king before the seat of power moved to Colombo.

Kandy main street.

Temple of the Tooth, Kandy. A Buddhist place of worship where it is believed the left upper canine tooth of Lord Buddha is kept. 

Kandy entrepreneurs.

Kandy railway station. [On our way from Kandy to Colombo the engine broke down. The authorities then asked us to move to another train. Some time later a rescue train pulled up on the side. There was no platform. We jumped with our bags into the first available open door of the new train. It started moving about 15 seconds after the last fellow made his leap of faith between the tracks. It was quite like in the movies, only that it was no stunt.]   

Hikkaduwa beach, south Sri Lanka.

Galle Fort, south Sri Lanka.

Kandy lake.

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Taking a walk in Sri Lanka


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