“The greater the suffering, the greater the pleasure. That is nature’s payback to riders for the homage they pay her by suffering. Velvet pillows, safari parks, sunglasses; people have become woolly mice. They still have bodies that can walk for five days and four nights through a desert of snow, without food, but they accept … Continue reading Good for you.
This article is for anyone who is new to cycling in Sri Lanka, and wants information about frequently used and relatively safe routes - listed below are eight routes divided into loops, flats and hills. I’ve also included a section on finding your way and staying safe on Sri Lankan roads. First things first: According … Continue reading ROUTES AND SAFETY – cycling in Sri Lanka
We have no Galle road anymore. Unawatuna and Mirissa went under, a few years ago, and nobody really makes trips down South anymore. Power outages are frequent. Norochcholai closed down two decades ago, but rains aren’t reliable anymore because monsoon cycles are unpredictable. Two years ago, they didn’t come at all, actually. Remember how bad that was?