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The Coastline of Sri Lanka

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The following is a gallery highlighting the pristine coastline of Sri Lanka. Sandy beaches to rocky cliffs and everything in between, the shores of Sri Lanka are where the salty blue waters of the Indian Ocean give and take from … Continue reading

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One Lens, Twelve Alleys. (Hsinchu)

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The following is a gallery of alleys in Taiwan. While Europe is famous for its cobblestone alleys and ancient architecture, Asia, and Taiwan specifically has a wealth of back alleys off main streets. Often down these alleys are housing and … Continue reading

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Negombo, Sri Lanka

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One area of notice in the town small seaside town of Negombo is its old fishing industry. Fisherman live in small seaside shantys and use patched up nets to bring in some survival money. The plastic tarps in the gallery … Continue reading

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Kegalle, Sri Lanka

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Gallery of Sri Lankan elephants bathing in the Maha Oya River.

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Galle, Sri Lanka

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In 2004 you remember seeing the massive tsunami that ravaged much of the Sri Lankan coast. Fast forward to today and life has returned to some resemblance of normalcy. Galle (pronounced gawl in English and garr-le in Sinhala) is a … Continue reading

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Sigiriya

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A series of terraced gardens became realized when archaeologists began excavating the area on top of the rock fortress. Major Jonathan Forbes of the British army – came across the area on horseback in 1831, by then, the summit had … Continue reading

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Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Located just outside Siem Reap, Cambodia is one of the most fascinating areas on earth. Angkor means “Capital City or “Holy City”. Khmer is the main ethnic group in Cambodia, and the empire that ruled from the 9th to 12 … Continue reading