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  1. Monica Sharma
    28th March 2018 @ 11:45 am

    Superb blog, nice tips will share and recommend my friend who is traveling to Srilanka with his family for 10days.This article provides tons of information to balance our budget and the places to visit in Srilanka.Thanks for the share.

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    • Charlotte
      28th March 2018 @ 2:14 pm

      Hey Monica. That’s great feedback, thank you! I’m glad you found it helpful 🙂

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  2. Ruth
    3rd May 2018 @ 11:31 am

    Very Helpful thanks! Where did you enjoy going to? I have just booked flights for September and need to start planning 🙂

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    • abroadonaboard
      12th May 2018 @ 3:47 pm

      Hey Ruth. Glad it helped! I spent most of my time at the beach, surfing in a little village called Midigama and loved it there. I also enjoyed hiking in Ella, and the train journey between Ella and Kandy was stunning. Adam’s Peak at sunrise is a hard climb but totally worth it for the views, and Pidurangala is great for the view of Sigiriya. I also did that one at sunrise. Hope you have an amazing time!

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  3. LoveAdventure
    7th October 2018 @ 4:47 am

    Hi anyone done rafting or waterfall avbseiling at sri lanka before? can share the info?
    thanks

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    • abroadonaboard
      7th October 2018 @ 7:00 am

      I haven’t, but hopefully someone can help 🙂

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  4. Justin
    15th October 2018 @ 10:06 pm

    Do you have any advice about traveling with a surfboard. Shortboard or longboard. Can you get a board onto a train or a bus?

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    • abroadonaboard
      17th October 2018 @ 1:16 am

      Hey Justin. I travelled with my board (6’8) on the train and while it wasn’t the easiest thing I’ve ever done, it is doable. If the train isn’t packed (which is rare), the best thing to do is to put it up on the luggage rack, but you might end up standing with it at the end of the carriage. The bus is trickier. They get super packed so while you might be lucky, I wouldn’t rely on being able to take a shortboard on, and definitely not a longboard. Hope that helps!

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