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We took a tiny boat along some of the wildest and most beautiful coastline in the Philippines, and went scuba diving in some of the world’s best waters.
We’ve met real Geisha in Gion, and tried the foul-smelling “king of fruit”, durian, not once but THREE times!
The newsletters contain information about the country and our projects, stories written by volunteers, advice on what to expect when volunteering abroad in Sri Lanka, and much more.
These destination newsletters are now replaced by a country blog, within
Colombo - Kandy - Nuwara Eliya - Elle - Badulla Colombo - Galle - Matara: The Coast Line Colombo - Polonnaruwa, Batticaloa, Trincomalee Colombo - Anuradhapura - Talaimannar/Jaffna Colombo commuter: Negombo, Mount Laviniya, Kalutara, Puttalam, Avissawella How to check train times & prices Interactive route map How to buy tickets Colombo Fort station & how to find your train Luggage, food & other tips What are Sri Lankan trains like?
A journey in pictures from Colombo to Nuwara Eliya Watch the video: Colombo to Tea Country by train Useful country information - visas, currency, time zone, etc Suggested hotels in Colombo, Kandy, Galle...
On this page you'll find a beginner's guide to taking the train around Sri Lanka.If I’m being perfectly candid, we have seen and done some pretty adventurous things during our journey around the world.We’ve trekked in the mountains of Nepal, and over-landed on scooters through the back-country of Laos.Sri Lanka Newsletter - October 2014 Projects Abroad Sri Lanka conducts free IT courses to the less fortunate children in the Panadura area through our own IT centre which is located in Panadura city.
Any student can come and register for IT courses for free, and attend classes and practical sessions presented by Projects Abroad Sri Lanka volunteers, under the coordinator's guidance.
A board shows which counter sells tickets for which route.