One day I was travelling from Ella to Kandy on a train where I met a gentleman from Australia. We talked about many things, among which was the subject of computer science. During our chat he suggested that a website or an app about travelling in Sri Lanka would become very useful to solo travellers. At that moment I didn’t take it very seriously but I knew that he was a wise man. His idea was that while writing for others to make a living I could write some articles for my own website too. And later, when I was up whole nights writing to meet deadlines, and my eyes were paining, I realised how true it was.
These itineraries are for those who want to visit Sri Lanka without any help of a guide and without any prior experience. The places lined up here are in a logical and practical order so that you will not get stranded between places. I have added an ever expanding blog carrying important information on a wide range of topics covering almost everything a solo traveller wants to know.
Me, The Grumpy Old Guy Who Created This Awesome Blog
I am Indike, a teacher by profession, a part-time lecturer, and a content writer. While working as a teacher I started writing to many websites since internet took over the society by storm. I started my first website back in 2008 when web design and uploading was much harder than it is today. It was about software and related topics, and I sold the website for a song after 2 years of hard work as my personal life would have no space for such commitment.
Then I started my second website in 2010 which I haven’t indexed or optimized as it is meant purely for displaying my work samples via direct links. Between 2012 and 2017 I started five websites for Amazon affiliated marketing.
Then There’s 2weeksinsrilanka.com Which Is My Latest Work.
I do not promote any product or service here. I do not get any commission from hotels or any other places or persons. That’s the very reason why my instructions are neutral and objective, and I intend to keep it that way forever. The routes you find here are practical, and are meant to give you the maximum ease of travelling and more time to enjoy your visit. The blog articles are meant to help you take care of yourself and your budget and to help you take away beautiful memories.
And that’s all for now. But there’s always a tomorrow.