Tag Archives: Sri Lanka

Foodie Guide to Galle Fort

Walking around Galle Fort in 2017 we are completely spoilt for choice. With a vibrant array of unique shops & restaurants around every cobbled corner, more places have sprung up in the past few years than ever before – so much so the guidebooks simply can’t keep up. With the Fort becoming an ever stylish, cultural destination for jet-setters and locals alike, dining (and…

W15 Weligama and W15 Escape in Ahungama

After the successful launch of super stylish W15 along the surf and beach lovers coast of Weligama in the South, W15 have now also launched W15 Escape in the quieter village of Ahungama. Both share the same luxe chic aesthetic whilst maintaining a warm homely ambience, welcoming those in need of some TLC from all walks of life- from…

Owl & Pussycat Hotel in Galle: Q&A with Reita

A completely unique concept amongst the many hotels in Sri Lanka, since launching at the beginning of July 2016, Owl & Pussycat Hotel & Restaurant not only grasps a real sense of idiosyncratic international appeal but has fast become the place to stay for comfort, vibrancy and luxury. With owls & pussycats around every corner; from perky cuddly toy mascots welcoming you on the bed to…

10 photos to fall in Love with Sri Lanka

I recently embarked on a trip with the Sri Lankan Tourist Board and 4 other travel & lifestyle bloggers from the UK. From the capital of Colombo to the ancient cultural triangle, hill country ‘Little Britain’Nuwara Eliya, Uda Walawe National Park and beach town Mirissa, this route is perfect for travellers wishing to experience and explore local culture (and soak up some rays if so inclined!) for a couple of weeks. I present to you, my top 10 photos from the trip that make me fall in love with Sri Lanka all over again.

Tips to Become a Successful Travel Blogger

There’s no doubt Instagram requires both time and practise, with an inevitable element of trial and error to create a successful page. Alongside the #1 rule of consistency in image quality and posting regular content (daily if possible) synchronicity and flow of the page is really important yet harder to measure as a sharp, creative eye is key.