The Power of Video and Exploring Sri Lanka

Earlier this year I really started to think about the power of video and how pictures just don’t seem to be cutting it anymore. There are all these amazing vloggers out and about with their 6 million subscribers, who are creating some pretty phenomenal content, and I, in truth, thought, “what on earth could I add to the world that…
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Escaping it all at Cape Weligama

From seaplane to neverending coastal road, past a string of stick fishermen and up a steep winding and rugged street, you’ll find a Sir Lankan hideaway built into a steep cliff that has all the character of a luxury resort with the rich flavor of local people and the traditions they hold dear. This is Cape Weligama, the modern and…
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Sri Lanka Travel: Flying high over Adam’s Peak (Sri Pada)

Our Sri Lanka travels continue and yesterday we made our way, by seaplane again, from Ceylon Tea Trails to Cape Weligama. I wouldn’t normally be one to get excited about two seaplane journeys in one trip, but we ended up having the same pilots with Cinnamon Air and they took us on the most scenic route as we headed for…
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Postcards from Ceylon Tea Trails: Tea and Trekking

Here’s a little secret for you: I’m not much of a holiday “experience” girl. I like to sit back swinging in a hammock as a man with a tray delivers a daiquiri, while the furthest I have to walk is from sun lounger to sea and the most I have to think about is whether or not I’ll have the…
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The Journey to Ceylon Tea Trails, Sri Lanka

Ever seen “Planes, Trains and Automobiles”?It’s a comedy starring Steve Martin and John Candy, which tells the tale of their epic adventure to get home for Thanksgiving in rather dire circumstances. In short, they are forced to seek every form of transportation seemingly available to make it to their destination. For the first time in five years of FFG, I…
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