It is about 7 years since the civil war ended but I never got a chance to visit Jaffna. Of course my hubby dearest visited earlier right after the end of war was declared. I’m sure he was lucky to have a good view of how it had been back during the days of war as he experienced the clear difference of now and then,
For those who reach Jaffna in public transportation, getting around the city would be a question. As we reached Jaffna by Train, getting to places was not sorted (Or even thought of by the time). We thought of checking the available options to travel Jaffna and figuring out what suites best.
Thought of sharing our experience with the Mount Lavinia – Jaffna Train ride as it can be useful. We opted for a train ride, as we had to cut down travel time. That is the fastest mean of travelling you have to Jaffna. The buses would take up to 9 hours,
Our trip to Dunhinda is a bit funny. We can safely say this was the bravest thing we did right after we got married. With a spine and limb ache from worshiping 200+ guests at the wedding that happened the day before.
We were on our way to 98 Acres from Kandy,
Those who visit Ella, mostly are the ones who stay at 98 Acres. From that, there would be only a few who would stay there for excursion. We are one of the few local couples who decided to catch the sunrise on top of Little Adams Peak during our honeymoon trip.
Located between Ambalangoda and Iduruwa, Madu ganga is a perfect one day trip for those who are resided in Colombo. The complicated network of lagoons, the birds and the interesting Kraal fishing spots are just the highlights of this boat trip. My experience of Madu Ganga is about 2 years old ( 2014) but worth to mention.