On our way back home we thought about our experiences and about which of these are part of our Highlights in Sri Lanka. In this blogpost you can find our personal highlights during our backpacking trip in Sri Lanka.
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Sri Lanka. Miles long white beaches, grass green tea plantations, breath-taking temples, rough shores and exotic fruits in the tropical heat. Coming home after three weeks backpacking in Sri Lanka, people we talked to asked about the “favorite things” and our highlights. The highlight of Sri Lanka is its diversity. It’s crowded, it is empty, it’s hectic and it is deeply relaxing but backpacking in Sri Lanka always an adventure.
Different spices and herbs, great varieties of vegetarian dishes and unusual breakfasts such as Kottu Roti or Egg Hoppers. A refreshing virgin coconut from street markets or an Arrack mixed with Cola to enjoy the sunset at a beach bar. Sri Lanka’s kitchen offers a wide spectrum of light and healthy food as well as sweet treat’s or deep-fried snacks. The following blogpost describes the best food and specialities you will get to know while backpacking through Sri Lanka.
We will share our experiences of the best restaurants for Sri Lankan and Western food we have come across. Be ready to enjoy: The best Food in Sri Lanka 🙂
When you are reading this, you are quite likely either thinking about traveling to Sri Lanka or you bought tickets already. Both sounds tempting and we can tell, you won’t regret your trip. Sri Lanka is fascinating from the first day onwards. The following article presents a travel route through Sri Lanka for two weeks. As the South has good weather while the East is facing rain season, this Sri Lanka travel route is best suitable for a time between October and April. Here’s our travel route Sri Lanka!
When traveling through Indonesia a stop in Bali is often part of the itinerary. If you zoom in a bit, you will notice three comparatively small islands in the east of Bali – Nusa Ceningan, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida. The second biggest of the three is Nusa Lembongan, an eight square kilometres small island, which inhabits approximately 5,000 people. Why this tiny island surprised us in a very positive way and what you need to know before planning your trip to Nusa Lembongan will be discussed in this article. Find out everything you need to know in our Nusa Lembongan Guide!
The country of Maya ruins, Mezcal and spicy Tacos is incredible. We ate delicious tacos stuffed with fresh avocado, surfed the waves in Puerto Escondido and explored the country with its spanish-speaking, indigenous inhabitants while Backpacking in Mexico.
Flores. The name of an island we haven’t heard before our three months trip through Indonesia. A comparatively small number of tourists make it further east than Bali or Lombok, so the island of Flores stayed relatively untouched. The island, however, gets increasingly better known for its up to three-meter long inhabitants, the Komodo Dragons. But it has so much more to offer than just these poisonous lizards. In the following article, you will find out our highlights on Flores Indonesia and why Flores is worth visiting not just once. Unknown Flores, here we come!
Maya ruins surrounded by turquoise water, incredible Tacos with avocado & limes and for us the most beautiful languages in the world: ¡Hola México!
Since I heard the first time from this country I wanted to go there. Was it just