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Dr. R. L. Spittel - Hail Lanka!

Hail Lanka! Let others belaud the ways of the West, Or homeland or township, wherever it be, However mighty, however blest - Lanka, my ...

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Say hello to Meena මීනා from @khombabeachhouse!! 😊💖

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Say hello to Meena මීනා from @khombabeachhouse!! 😊💖

Feathery fun facts -->

Peacocks emit a low-frequency sound inaudible to human ears. Depending on whether they want to attract females from far away or up close, they can change the sound by shaking different parts of their feathers.

Only the males are actually "peacocks", although the collective term for these birds is "peafowl".The males are �peacocks� and the females are �peahens.� The babies are called �peachicks.� A family of peafowl is called a �bevy.�

▪▪▪ They don't have to be killed for their feathers! Luckily, the peacocks shed their train every year after mating season, so the #feathers can be gathered and sold without the birds coming to any harm. The average lifespan of a peacock in the wild is about 20 years.

▪▪▪ Unfortunately however, Peacocks are still killed for meat in Sri Lanka and #India where the meat is considered to give strength to the consumer 🤪😟

▪▪▪ Their feathers are covered in tiny Microscopic #crystal-like structures that reflect different #wavelengths of light depending on how they are spaced, resulting in bright #fluorescent colors.


#peacocklove #fauna #srilanka #travelblogger #landscape #storyofazu #natgeotravel #lonelyplanetsrilanka  #mylpguide

Best in Asia list - Lonely Planet's No. 1

For this third annual Best in Asia list, Lonely Planet’s in-house Asia experts have named “eclectic” and “vibrant” Busan, South Korea, as the number one destination; while the jewelled architecture and ancient cities of Uzbekistan are in second place; and in third comes Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, “a supercity that somehow keeps getting cooler”.
“Asia is such a vast and diverse continent for anyone dreaming of an escape,” Lonely Planet’s Asia- Pacific Media Spokesperson, Chris Zeiher says. “Our experts have combed through thousands of recommendations to pick the best destinations to visit over the next 12 months”.
“From Nagasaki in Japan, to Arugam Bay in Sri Lanka,” Chris says, “this is a line-up to inspire a multitude of travellers – whether they’re based in Asia, or maybe they’ve already visited some of the region’s heavy-hitting destinations”.

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NASA's InSight Probe Just Landed on Mars. Here's What it's Doing There

Time Mag Insight lands on Mars

Updated: November 26, 2018 2:56 PM ET | Originally published: November 25, 2018
Humanity may be years away from setting foot on Mars, but the Red Planet is turning into something of a monument park for our species all the same. Rovers and landers—some still operating, some having completed their functional life—dot the surface, and orbiters cross the skies overhead. On November 26 at 2:47 PM EST, one more machine joined the growing fleet, and it will be less concerned with what happens on or above Mars and more with what goes on within it.
Launched last May on a 270-million mile arcing trajectory to Mars, the new addition to the Martian family is known as the Mars InSight lander. The name is another in a series of decidedly labored but nonetheless illuminating acronyms for NASA spacecraft—in this case standing for “Interior exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport.” (The selective capitalizations are, in fairness, a step up from 2004’s Mercury MESSENGER mission, which stood for MErcury Surface Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging mission. Really.)
Still, the clumsy name belies a nimble ship. InSight weighs just 1,530 lbs., including fuel and the protective aeroshell designed to help it survive the plunge through Mars’s tenuous atmosphere. It measures just 33 to 43 inches tall, depending on how far its three spindly legs compress after landing. The main body of the spacecraft is just 5 ft. wide, without its solar panels deployed. But NASA engineers have packed a lot of science into that comparatively small package.

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Monday, November 26, 2018

Why Science Can't Replace Religion - The Crux

Why Science Can't Replace Religion - The Crux:

Absolutism is one of the uglier traits of religion that still pervades too many corners of the Earth today, breeding intolerance and normalizing abhorrent actions. But a response that indicts all religion as a stain on humanity is equally absolutist. It is also inconsistent with the spirit of science.

Ayubowan & Welcome

              Ayubowan and Welcome to Sri Lanka, an amazing and wonderful country with its own distinct cultural heritage and magical charm.

Sri Lanka is one of the most highly acclaimed tourist destinations in the world. Known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is truly a traveler’s dream with an abundance of stunning beaches, gleaming sands, cascading waterfalls, lush tea plantations and exotic spices to tantalize your taste buds.

This blog attempts to journal the hidden beauty of this island, people, places and day-to-day life.

Nevertheless, the old adage “Seeing is Believing” is still valid – you need to travel to Sri Lanka to truly experience the vibrant flora and exotic fauna, splendid golden fortresses that proclaim the history, sacred traditions and unique heritage of this marvelous country.

       Come experience the spectrum of colourful art and ancient history….
Mesmerize your senses in the ever-blossoming gardens or serene woods where tranquil and cool waters flow in harmony......

Unearth the true meaning of your life in the country of smiles… the land of hospitality….

Awe-inspiring traditions and divine cuisine that will leave you begging for more…

Experience the extraordinary, where rain falls in torrents and the brightest sun shines within yards of each other ….

Wednesday, May 22, 2013