Colombo. Sri Lanka’s buzzy commercial capital with a marmite like appeal- a tendency to be either loved or hated. While
As an ever enthusiastic advocate of local cuisine, every pocket of Sri Lanka has its own variation of classic national
Spectacular sunsets, golden sand powder, delectable sea-food platter and a crystal blue Indian Ocean are some of the words that come
Article originally posted by Barbara of Jet-Settera, one of my fellow travel bloggers during a tour with the Sri Lankan Tourism Board.
There is some truly mouthwatering cuisine to be enjoyed amidst the ever growing restaurant scene in Colombo; from a diverse fanfare of international favourites to Sri Lanka’s specialty of rice and curry (both traditional and fusion), there’s something to stimulate everyones senses in the big city.
Tuk tuks, (also known as rickshaws, trishaws, three-wheelers) are ubiquitous across Sri Lanka in a kaleidoscope of colours, in fact, you’ll rarely walk far anywhere without being approached by a driver, especially in Colombo.
My first encounter with Yumi was at Helga’s Folly in November last year. Following an exhausting 4 hour train journey (the day after completing a coast to coast tuk tuk challenge with British Airways!) we arrived at the Folly to the warm, colourful welcome of Helga and her delightfully eclectic friends, including Yumi and her husband Waruna.