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The photo below overlooking the lagoon is the view for my first morning cup of tea.For those that know me, coffee is my thing, but Sri Lanka is known for its tea…so when in Rome as they say.For me the highlight was the breakfast view from our hotel which truly captured the tropical essence of the country. We cycled from temple to temple around this beautiful city…in the monsoon rain.

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Hiking up little Little Adams Peak, with the clouds rolling in around me and listening to the Buddhist monks chanting across the valley is an experience I’ll never forget! Now as a South African I am well accustomed to wild animals so I was fully aware that they don’t like being out in the rain so our chances of seeing anything were pretty much nothing.

🌲⛰ #littleadamspeak #ella #srilanka #adventuresworthsharing #makingmemories A post shared by Cindy Attwell (@cindy_attwell) on Our national park adventure nearly didn’t happen. Luckily the weather gods were on our side so the clouds lightened up for us to explore Lunugamvhera National Park.

) and lastly how incredibly humble, kind and friendly Sri Lankan people are.

I leave Sri Lanka a better, more confident person with greater perspective and more friends, feeling more in love with photography, more peaceful, more grateful and reminded that when one returns home after travelling, everything will be the same, except that something inside you has changed, your soul has been stirred…

My adventure totally blew me away so here are my top 9 reasons why I think Sri Lanka will stir your soul as much as it did mine: Our first stop was Negombo.

The overwhelming highlight was staying at the Jetwing Lagoon Hotel which has been beautifully designed by Geoffrey Bawa.

This experienced touched me deeply and it’s where I found true inner peace on the trip.

One of the reasons I adore travelling, is its ability to touch the soul like this.

By this time I also realised that all my pre-trip worries were for nothing, we had a great group and my roomie was just wonderful and literally lives down the road from me in London. They call this gentle giant, Monica…amazing how different they look to African elephants 🐘 #srilanka #elephants #adventuresworthsharing #makingmemories A post shared by Cindy Attwell (@cindy_attwell) on Next up we climbed Sigiriya rock.

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