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Adams Peak, place of pilgrimage for four religions and allegedly carrying a footprint of the Buddha, who visited Lanka. Accessible from Ratnapura and Massakele, but probably best seen from the summit of Mt Pedro outside Nuwara Eliya.
One of a number of rock statues in Ceylon, possibly the Aukana.
Stilt fishermen in Weligama Bay on the south west coast
Tusker Rajah carries the tooth relic at the annual Kandy Peraheriya. The elephant was born in 1900 and died in 1985, having carried the casket annually for 50 years.
Sunset on a crocodile laden Ganga
the lower rock temple at Dambulla in the central highlands
at the Blue Oceanic in Negombo
Rambutan fruit
The great tsunami wave approaches
The local brew is surprisingly good!!
Coral Gardens restaurant, before the tsunami
typical ceylonese patio
Pool at the Blue Oceanic Negombo
Reclining Buddha, believed to be from the Mihintale rock shrine
Dining room of the Bandarawela Hotel
Tea lounge of the Bandarawela Hotel in the hill country
beach at the Mount Lavinia Hotel
near the Devon Falls
yard in Colombo
beach at Mount Lavinia
restaurant at Breetas Place on the Kandy road
hill country street scene in Bandarawela
after the tsunami
A hotel in Negombo, believed to be the Sea Garden
The great rock fortress of Sigiriya
The excellent Coral Gardens hotel at Hikkaduwa was unfortunately devastated by the great Tsunami
Coral Garden Hotel - pool as was
The excellent Coral Gardens hotel at Hikkaduwa was unfortunately devastated by the great Tsunami

The ancient capital of Polonnaruwa stands in east central Ceylon
Adams Peak is sacred to four religions
horizon pool at Apa Villa Unawatuna
ruins of an ancient stupa
view from the resthouse at Badu Oya near Haputale
my favourite hotel - Coral Gardens in Hikkaduwa - was sadly badly damaged in the great Tsunami