Four UNESCO World Heritage Sites ticked, and we were to visit the fifth and last on our list. Sri Lanka actually has eight sites that have been inscribed. Unfortunately, we had to give the remaining three a pass.
Because there's no admission fee required, plus we had time to kill before our train to Colombo (where we were to stay at a couchsurfer's house on our last night in the country) arrives, we pushed on with the idea of exploring Galle Fort.
It capped off the whole trip pretty well.
Not-So Refreshingly Sri Lanka (and it's all my fault) Series:
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Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka: Ruins Of An Ancient Capital
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