Drying Fish in Sri Lanka Fish is very common in Sri Lankan food, and one way to preserve it is by drying it. Along the beach in Negombo, Sri Lanka, there were lots of fish dehydrating in the hot sun.
Non Smiling But Friendly Man This guy may look mean in the photo, but he’s the one who politely asked me if I’d take his photo in Kandy, Sri Lanka. Similar to the waiter at the best Indian restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, he put on a tough grin when I took his portrait, but he… [Read More]
Fruit Store, Kandy, Sri Lanka If you’ve read Migrationology before, you probably already known that I consider fruit to be one of the world’s most amazing things. Fruit is specifically designed only to be eaten. The delicious fruit store in Kandy, Sri Lanka, was beautiful – and the vendor was slicing away and giving us… [Read More]
Though I thoroughly enjoyed just about all the Sri Lankan food I tasted on my visit, I developed an unstoppable addiction to something known as pol sambol. Sri Lankan pol sambol is a shredded coconut garnish that includes just a few simple ingredients mixed together into perfect harmony. Grandma, who cooked the best curry in… [Read More]