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Being Queer in Sri Lanka

Being Queer in Sri Lanka

Unfortunately, we did not feel safe being women in Sri Lanka let alone being queer women. People stared at us A LOT! We’re used to staring, but this staring was excessive and uncomfortable. We got harassed and followed by men on a daily basis. We were constantly being whistled at, catcalled, and honked at. Men
Sri Lanka’s Most Instagrammable Places

Sri Lanka’s Most Instagrammable Places

The palm tree paradise in Mirissa                                                                                                    
Sri Lanka Travel Tips

Sri Lanka Travel Tips

Get a free sim card from Dialog at the Airport. It’s 649 rupees ($4USD) for 9GB of data. Avoid taking tuk-tuks. Take the bus instead. Take a look at how much we paid for transportation. Eat local food. Look for the little hole in the wall restaurants filled with locals. If you’re a female traveler,
Food in Sri Lanka

Food in Sri Lanka

Our Favorite Restaurants: Soya Food Center in Kandy: Try the ice cream, the soy protein rotti which resembles a burrito, and the Chinese rolls. Ambal’s Vegetarian Hotel in Nuwara Eliya: Try the masala dosa, the vadai, and all the endless curries and fried goodies. Balaji Dosai in Kandy: Try the coconut sambol and the masala
Cost of Transportation in Sri Lanka

Cost of Transportation in Sri Lanka

(Trains, Buses, Taxis, Tuk-Tuks) If you’re anything like us, you hate getting ripped off and having to pay “foreigner prices” when you travel. I mean, we don’t mind paying $50 for a long bus ride as long as we are paying the same price as everyone else, am I right? Anyway, after searching the internet