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Sri Lanka has been listed as the number one destination to travel in 2010 by New York Times, in its 10th January, 2010 edition. Sri Lanka is reviewed by New York Times travel writer Lionel Beehner in The 31 Places to go in 2010. He has said that the conclusion of the war has opened the eyes of the world to this island off Indias coast, rich in natural beauty and cultural splendors. Featuring some of the most sought after natural attractions that the country boasts of, the writer also highlighted some of the upcoming development projects that would add more convenience to the travellers. The review has placed the Nilaveli Beach in the East amongst the most scenic locations. It has also mentioned about the international airport that is being built in the South along with the many resorts that are springing up along the coastline in the South as well as the East. — For a quarter century, Sri Lanka seems to have been plagued by misfortune, including a brutal civil war between the Sinhalese-dominated government and a separatist Tamil group. But the conflict finally ended last May, ushering in a more peaceful era for this teardrop-shaped island off India’s coast, rich in natural beauty and cultural splendors. The island, with a population of just 20 million, feels like one big tropical zoo: elephants roam freely, water buffaloes idle in paddy fields and monkeys swing from trees. And then there’s the pristine coastline. The miles of sugary white sand flanked by bamboo groves

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For a quarter century, Sri Lanka seems to have been plagued by misfortune, including a brutal civil war between the Sinhalese-dominated government and a separatist Tamil group. But the conflict finally ended last May, ushering in a more peaceful era for this teardrop-shaped island off India’s coast, rich in natural beauty and cultural splendors. The island, with a population of just 20 million, feels like one big tropical zoo: elephants roam freely, water buffaloes idle in paddy fields and monkeys swing from trees. And then there’s the pristine coastline. The miles of sugary white sand flanked by bamboo groves that were off-limits to most visitors until recently are a happy, if unintended byproduct of the war. Among the most scenic, if difficult stretches to reach, is Nilaveli Beach in the Tamil north. While a few military checkpoints remain, vacationers can lounge on poolside hammocks under palm trees or snorkel in its crystal-clear waters. Or they can order cocktails at the Nilaveli Beach Hotel (www.tangerinehotels.com/nilavelibeach), a collection of recently renovated bungalows with private terraces. An international airport in Matara, on the island’s southern shore, is under construction, which will make the gorgeous beaches near the seaside village of Galle easier to get to. Decimated by the tsunami in 2004, the surrounding coastline is now teeming with stylish guesthouses and boutique hotels. www.nytimes.com — Sri Lanka, the pearl of the Indian Ocean, is an island

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The Twin Oaks Slate Poolside Quick-Dry Sunbrella Hammock is crafted using vinyl-coated polyester in an abstract slate pattern. Designed to resist mold mildew sun and snow this hammock is ideally suited to any waterside location. The comfortable mesh design breathes and drains water for quick drying. This high-quality hammock features sturdy olefin harnesses in matching colors and white oak spreader bars hand-finished with natural oil. Whether you prefer to relax by the beach or the pool this is the hammock for you.About Twin Oaks HammocksTwin Oaks hammocks are the finest in the world. Sourced manufactured woven and assembled in rural Virginia these hand-crafted hammocks manifest the pride that members of the Twin Oaks community take in their work and in their commitment to your satisfaction. Constructed of tough weather-resistant material and easy to clean these premium-quality Twin Oaks products will last for years. Wash with warm water and a mild detergent. All products are guaranteed against manufacturing defects for two full years from the date of purchase.About Sunbrella FabricSunbrella fabric is water-repellant. If kept dry it will not support the growth of mildew as natural fiber will. Depending on depth of color Sunbrella fabrics provide up to 98% UV protection. Whites and lighter colored fabrics provide less protection than darker fabrics. This protective factor is inherent to the product and will not diminish through use or exposure to the sun.

 

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The Twin Oaks Myrtle Beach Poolside Quick-Dry Sunbrella Hammock is crafted using vinyl-coated polyester with a myrtle leaf pattern in muted natural tones. Designed to resist mold mildew sun and snow this hammock is ideally suited to any waterside location. The comfortable mesh design breathes and drains water for Quick-Drying. This high-quality hammock features sturdy olefin harnesses in matching colors and white oak spreader bars hand-finished with natural oil. Whether you prefer to relax by the beach or the pool this is the hammock for you.About Twin Oaks HammocksTwin Oaks hammocks are the finest in the world. Sourced manufactured woven and assembled in rural Virginia these hand-crafted hammocks manifest the pride that members of the Twin Oaks community take in their work and in their commitment to your satisfaction. Constructed of tough weather-resistant material and easy to clean these premium-quality Twin Oaks products will last for years. Wash with warm water and a mild detergent. All products are guaranteed against manufacturing defects for two full years from the date of purchase.About Sunbrella FabricSunbrella fabric is water-repellant. If kept dry it will not support the growth of mildew as natural fiber will. Depending on depth of color Sunbrella fabrics provide up to 98% UV protection. Whites and lighter colored fabrics provide less protection than darker fabrics. This protective factor is inherent to the product and will not diminish through use or exposure to the sun.

 

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