A British Bike-Man’s Bike Ride in Sri Lanka

A Beautiful tale … with British humour … and stunning pictures …. disguising the hard yards 

A MUST SEE: http://www.elakiri.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1687848

Robs’ Sri Lanka Trip BIKE MAN 11 Rob at Dondra head … southernmost point BIKE MAN 22 In the temple courtyard, a school lesson was taking place (pic). I’m always intrigued by the fact that the further away you get from England, the more spotlessly white the children’s uniforms.

BIKE MAN 499BIKE MAN 66 BIKE MAN 55

BIKE MAN 33

bike man 12at Uda Walawe National Park the main thing was the elephants, and we saw zillions of them, lumbering around and munching vast clumps of vegetation. Many were family groups, such as this mother and baby (pic). We also spotted kingfishers, mongooses, painted storks, peacocks, serpent eagles, buffalo, crocodiles, various fat lizards, and two chameleons, but obviously the photos of them didn’t come out because they blended into the background as soon as they saw us.

and ONLY IN SRI LANKA … !!!!

BIKE MAN 77

BIKE MAN 88

go to  http://www.elakiri.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1687848 for the rest

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