On a day to day basis, we eat healthy. And by eating healthy I don’t mean only blanched, tasteless vegetables and boring old porridge, but food that is home cooked, made from carefully selected ingredients and whenever possible, organic and all natural. We are not big on calorie counting (never done it and never will), but we are careful about ...
Here’s how to make Sri Lanka’s midnight staple, Hotel De Pilawoos style.
This is the same friendly Blue Grouper in the Shelly Beach. Its wonderful to see it again after a couple of weeks. This time I was equipped with a wide angel lens so managed to capture the full image. Water clarity is not that great. This fish swam with me for a little while without any hesitation.
10 bikes, 11 days, 502 kilometres
Mirissa Beach on the Destination Unknown series
Kaveen takes a ride aboard the legendary Viceroy Express
Geethan hikes to Little Adam’s Peak, Ella
A friend and I made plans to grab a late lunch before our lecture on Wednesday and after deliberating for far too long settled on Tea Avenue in Cinnamon Gardens. Neither of us is much of a tea person, so that rather significant portion of the menu was left untouched, but what we did end up ordering did not disappoint.Lucky ...
Here’s a great Indo-Lankan dinner party fix, courtesy of (unexpectedly) Nandi of Nandi’s Milk Toffee.
Here’s Achcharu Kade making Sri Lanka’s best loved snack.
Editor’s note: Elina Sundqvist is a journalist intern from Sweden, who recently spent time traveling and working in Sri Lanka. While her opinions do not necessarily reflect those held by Roar, we are happy to hear her thoughts on useful tips for women travellers to the island, along with whatever foreign insight she has to offer. All women know that ...
Here’s how to make everyone’s favourite Eid dessert, recipe straight from Muslim aunties.
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Arjan Dwarshuis is a man with a mission: to break the world record for bird watching. More specifically, he wishes to spot over 6,000 species by the end of 2016, in an attempt to raise funds for the Birdlife Extinction Prevention Programme. That’s more than half of the global avian population he’s aiming to spot over a period of 365 ...
View From Above explores a breathtaking range of sites in Sri Lanka.
My Sister’s Kitchen shares their recipe to a Sri Lankan culinary favourite.
Andrew Speldewinde’s take on Fish & Chips for the Marco Pierre White Challenge by Cinnamon.
Here’s one way to make this dish, which originally hails from Indonesia.
Dharshan Munidasa of Nihonbashi walks YAMU thru how to eat sushi like a pro, or at least a non-offensive person.