Where to Eat in Galle Fort, Galle, Sri Lanka.

Built in 1588 by the Portuguese (although it was the Dutch who occupied the fort from 1649 that built most of the fortifications which remain today) the UNESCO heritage site of Galle Fort is one of South Sri Lankas’ most popular holiday destinations. Whilst we were actually staying in Koggala, some 20km away, we had several very good meals…

Galle Market Photos, Sri Lanka.

I know I have already posted Sri Lankan market photos (see link http://wp.me/p2spY3-1Vc ) but when the markets are as good as this – who can really blame me? We visited the market in Galle as part of our excellent cooking class at Deco on 44 (you can see my blog post from the first…

Minneriya National Park Elephant Safari, Sri Lanka.

After spending time in Thailand and being educated on the extremely cruel ways of much of  the animal related tourism, like the Tiger Temple or elephant trekking companies, I am always very wary of doing anything “animal related” on holiday which is why I was initially unsure as to whether or not an Elephant Photo Safari was…