My Take on Video Editing for Sri Lanka!!! Enjoy!!!
Sometimes, I ask myself why go to these places. Why go to places where you know you will be dirty, your bag may be stolen, or simply finding a place to sleep may even be too difficult. But the answer is simple, tough environments mould tough people and only through traveling will people get a chance to sit in the world’s biggest classroom.
Yes, its not cheap to buy a ticket and fly to some random place. Yes, it takes time and effort to plan the route and the journey. And Yes, finding people who want to tag along with you to some place where it would be last on the “Travel Holiday Destination List” is difficult. But well, the outcome is limitless adventure and sometimes even a blessing in disguise.
THAT WAS SRI LANKA.
When you think of Sri Lanka, you think of Tamil Tigers killing Sinhalese but the truth is that it has tone down quite a bit and political Stability is starting to get back on its feet. So I spend a short 7 days in Sri Lanka and that was enough to get a good taste of the country.
I moved on to one of the beautiful states of Sri Lanka which was Nuwara Eliya.
And Finally, we got….
But now how do we get home???
The Main Course – Piglet Chops in Black Pepper Sauce.
There was something that these place was famous for. The World’s End.
So we took a bus here and there and everywhere…imagine…
It was supposed to look like this: (Taken from Google)
Now Pause before you scroll down because you are gonna get a shock.
Well, we saw the World’s Greatest Whitboard instead.
Just a feel of what it was like there…
We decided to pay a visit to what they call Adam’s Peak at Ratnapura which was where Adam first landed his first Foot Print.. Well up to you to believe…
So we took a train there.
Here in the bustling town of Kandy, We saw the Temple Of the Tooth.
Hungry? Well some authentic Roti and Curry man!!!
Decided to buy a shawl as they are a great commodity to buy there.
Few places in the world can offer the traveller such a remarkable combination of stunning landscapes, pristine beaches, captivating cultural heritage and unique experiences within such a compact location.
Well, if you ask me whether you are contemplating to go or not. I say, go for it!!!