By Southall, AndyEdited by Marshall, Lesley
On the island of Sarandib good fortune is rarely accidental... We arrived two weeks before Christmas hoping to give Santa a miss. Kate would watch elephants while I searched for the perfect cup of Ceylon tea. Together we'd visit temples, ancient cities, and then relax on a quiet ...beach. Instead, we found ourselves on a tour bus with nine Brits - only a week before the British general election. Pray they were here for the exotic scenery, the authentic curries, the colourful wildlife, and not to talk about the weather or - brrr - politics. Twenty-Eight Days in Sri Lanka is a light-hearted journey around the highlights of this culturally complex country. If you ever wanted to know why the tooth of Buddha is so important, what happens in a tea factory, or how elephants detect earthquakes, then read on.Read more
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Andy grew up in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, spent too many years in the fog of London, then followed the long white cloud - and his wife - to Wellington, New Zealand. Always wanting to write, he completed a Graduate Diploma in Creative Writing. He writes contemporary fiction, science-fiction and travel blogs. After living in Samoa for three months in 2017, he published the travelogue, One Hundred Days in Samoa. He's also published a novel, Making Meredith. You can visit Andy's website at www.andy-southall.com
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