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Pictures from a wonderful trip. Blog marathon post 8

Place: Bentota and Colombo, Srilanka.
Year: 2011
Month: December
Occasion: My birthday

Discovered the beauty of mangroves for the first time in my life.


And the wonderfully colourful masks.


A kitten which  was smitten.








So smitten that it even followed me everywhere as soon as it woke up. I was so tempted to smuggle it back to India!




And beautiful baby turtles in a turtle hatchery.


Lots of happy memories like the Buddhist temple we visited, the thousands of fish which nibbled at my feet, the beaches, the shopping and the really chilled out feeling.


A beautiful place for a vacation (although I must say it was a LOT like Kerala)

For Information about Srilanka and holidays there click here.
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  1. I must visit Kerala during my next trip. Probably the only state I have not visited so far in India :(.

    The pictures are beautiful!

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  2. Beautiful pictures!!!!

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  3. The last line is the reason I have been keeping Sri Lanka lower on my to - visit list. I just do not want to go to another Kerala kind. Might be nice... but I don't know how different is it.

    The turtles... beaches and monasteries do sound tempting still.

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  4. Nice clicks Preeti, You really inspire me to live life..king size :) May you get lots of vacations like this..!!! and I get to see world through ur pics ;)

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  5. Mindblowing…………..
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  6. Love the kitten :). Reminds me of Garfield :D

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  7. The 1st picture is gorgeous but the best I like is ur picture with the turtle......I absolutely love that smile:-)).

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