Snapshots of Sri Lanka

Snapshots of Sri Lanka

Snapshots of Sri Lanka

Once called ‘the island of serendipity’, Sri Lanka is a place where a rich culture and chequered history combine. Where cricket tragics, surfers, and adventurers meet Buddhist monks, fishermen, and orphaned elephants. Where the scent of cinnamon floats on the air and there’s a feeling that anything is possible.

This collection of travellers’ tales has been put together to benefit the ‘Samadhi Grove’ early childhood development centre in the village of Smagipura in southern Sri Lanka.  The preschool is the dream of an Australian Buddhist nun, Sister Susila, who has been visiting Sri Lanka since the 2004 tsunami, working with underprivileged and disabled children.

Join some of Australia’s best known travel writers, who have generously donated their work to this anthology, as they explore the serendipitous joys of travel in Sri Lanka.  Susan Kurosawa explores the eccentricities of this wonderful island nation, John Borthwick pauses on the ‘siesta coast’, Daniel Scott takes the cycling tour of his life, keen surfers Louise Southerden and Brad Crouch test the waves, and Brian Thacker helps his Dad relive some memories.  Then there’s cricket, white-water rafting, elephants and whales, unusual hotels, and a cast of wonderful characters.

Buy Snapshots of Sri Lanka online here for just $19.95. Good deed: done. Good read: guaranteed.

One Response to “Snapshots of Sri Lanka”
  1. No Impact Girl says:

    Thanks for the promo, Em! Can there be anything better than good writing for a good cause? 🙂

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