Nothing artificial. Just grow your plants and get the harvest. No fertilizer. No pest controlling. No chemicals. No traps. No watering. Don't kill any living creature. Just let them grow. Let them grow as they grow up in the forest. So that it's not agriculture right? Well, you plant what's necessary in your land. And the plants are growing up like it's growing up in the forest. This is an ancient methodology. Comes from the teachings done by the farther to son. Except the modern world wide used Gregorian Calendar, in Sri Lanka, there's an ancient Calendar. That too has 12 months specified in it. The ancient Calendar is counting by the Sun's location, moon's location and star constellations. Well, Sun and these constellations hardly moves right? Well, yes indeed. But the calculations done in the Sri Lankan ancient calendar has made the assumption that the earth is static.
This Island off the coast of India has long been a top destination for so many travellers for loads of reasons. Like having few of the best safaris in the world, boasting eight unesco world heritage sites to explore and lots of lovely gorgeous beaches complete with idyllic white sand and crystal clear water that's perfect for surfing. In fact, for an island about a quater of the size of the UK, there's load to see and do depending of course on what you want out of your trip. In this blog, we are going to describe following things. 1) Getting here 2) Some tips on transport 3) Few awesome popular places to visit 4) Some stuff about food 5) Few things about money Colombo is Sri Lanka's capital city. Flights arrive at Bandaranayake International Airport, which is 30km north of the city. Getting a car or any sorts of vechicles that you want is not a problem and that can be the easiest, and certainly quickest way to reach your destination from the Airport.