Episode 116: Walking Sri Lanka

We spent 2 weeks traveling through Sri Lanka — by foot, moped, car and boat — and captured the animals, people, food and other things that move through this small island country every day.  Special thanks to the Intrepid Travel team.

12 responses to “Episode 116: Walking Sri Lanka”

  1. always hungry for good food says:

    Watching your series makes me smile. I came across your website while looking for information on a new restaurant that just opened in my area. I was so intrigued that I watched all 115 episodes in eight days. I’ve caught up and will tune in to all future episodes, and I have now signed up for my first harvest dinner. Daniel and Mirra, thank you so much for making me smile 116 times so far! I wish you both continued success in your quest to inform and educate us all. Thanks for sharing your relationship and yourselves with us all. You seem so good to and for each other. I hope for you to always value one another and the special bond you have that has led you to do what you do and bring it to us in such a beautifully put together package. Salud!

    • Mirra Fine says:

      @30498fa0e3bc75ec9f93c48bf04191a5:disqus Wow, thank you so much for this amazingly kind and thoughtful message. It really touched us. And I cant believe you watched all 115 episodes in 8 days!

  2. Robin says:

    Thanks for the lovely walk, now I’m hungry.

  3. CJ says:

    Wow, the colors, the images, and the music………fantastic!

  4. sarah says:

    Hi Guys, Sri Lanka ahhhhh I could almost smell it!!!! thanks, just what I needed on this cold Barcelona night.

  5. strange episode, nice editing.

  6. AG says:

    Nice but slightly spoilt by the Indian song at the end which has nothing to do with Sri Lanka. As no one speaks Hindi in Sri lanka , it would have been more appropriate to have a song in Sinhalese, spoken by 80 % of the population of the Island.

    • Mirra Fine says:

      Hey @disqus_mmnXnOstpU:disqus Yeah, we knew the song wasnt Sinhalese (but rather Hindi), but we loved it anyways and felt like the energy really captured our experiences there. So we dont think the video was spoilt at all. In my opinion, the song doesnt have to be from the country, as long as it captures the feeling. And for us, it really does.

      • Kevin says:

        @Mirra Fine Well said! Although most of Sri Lankan’s claim we’re distinct from India and its culture where in actual effect we are not. Singhaleese is just another language like hindi which derived from Samaskrit. To add to that its not a Sinhalese country, Its a multi-ethnic country where Singhalese happen to be the majority.

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