Manoj's family holiday to Sri Lanka
Posted on 27th April 2023 at 10:37
Sri Lanka has had its fair share of troubles and the island recently went through severe economic strife, but our travels there were completely trouble free. We, as a family, had the most memorable time and watching my three young boys (12 year old twins and a 7 year old) appreciate Sri Lanka the way they did this time around was heart warming.
String-hoppers for breakfast, fresh mango juice on tap, ice coffee and all my Sri Lankan favourites were brought out for us with the minimum of fuss. Every meal was a feast and the service was courteous and always served with that pleasant Sri Lankan smile. The people of Sri Lanka make this island special and any holiday there unique.
If we hadn't read the news then we would not have known there were economic issues in this country. There was food aplenty, we never had to queue for fuel, faced no power-cuts and certainly saw no strikes or protests. Instead we were served with all the seafood you can eat, found plenty of leopards in Yala, encountered elephants at every corner and enjoyed the magical surfing bays along the the south. We even got to see dolphins & whales off the coast of Mirissa and experienced some mesmerising sunsets. No other destination means more to me than the country I was born and raised in and I have never appreciated Sri Lanka the way we did on our recent visit there.
Many of our clients have been concerned about visiting Sri Lanka but since my return in April, we have had over 20 people book to visit this magical island. These are numbers we have not seen in a long time and I have no doubt this island nation will again be one of the most popular places to visit in the coming months.
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