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In Galle, things are slightly more expensive, it's a fancy city so expect to pay accordingly.Give the swanky colonial hotels a miss (except for drinks) because you can't afford them, nice as they are. It's super cheap (like 80p for an hour's journey), well ventilated with windows and fans and, although about as reliable as the N171 bus (ie.
Unfortunately in 1995 the Sri Lankan judiciary threw gay Sri Lanka backwards by amending this law to criminalize acts of "gross indecency" with a fine and up to 2 years in prison (section 365A).In Hikkaduwa, jump on over to Air Bnb - it's possible to get nice guest rooms or entire apartments for same-or-cheaper prices than fancy hotels and hostels like this apartment.If you are on a budget and don't mind sharing, the Hikka Train Hostel has beds in bunk-bedded dorms from £3.42. Travelling to Sri Lanka is nothing new, it's been a tourist destination for yonks but, with the civil war ending in 2009 and the damage and the heartache from the 2004 tsunami (Sri Lanka suffered 35,322 deaths compared to Thailand's 5,395) finally coming to some sort of catharsis, the country is fast becoming one of the most talked about travel destinations. If you're clever about it, you can get a return for just over £400 - usually with a stop in Doha or Dubai. From the new restaurant in London's Soho 'Hoppers' (more on this delicious food substance later) to Sri Lanka being number one on like, every 'place to go in 2016' January travel list, the island in the Indian Ocean is just about to blow up big time. Emirates go there, so do Sri Lankan Air, both of which will be a nice suprise if you're more used to the no frills anti-luxury of budget European Airlines.Funny Boy is a Sri Lankan book Stefan grew up with and loved (written by Shyam Selvadurai and highly recommended to any LGBT traveller visiting Sri Lanka).
It tells the story of a young Tamil gay boy called Arjy growing up in 1980s Sri Lanka during the civil war era, struggling to come to grips with his homosexuality in a very religious and traditional family and society.
Sri Lanka is a tropical island nation shaped like a pearl in the Indian Ocean just off the Indian mainland.
Stefan and Sebastien are originally from London and France, respectively and Nomadic Boys is their gay travel blog.
In fact, do a straw poll of people you know, I bet at least one of them is planning to go this year. Instead of trawling around the internet, do something bonkers and actually pick up a phone to ring Flight Centre who, are able to trawl all airlines for deals, sales and connecting flights that you might not otherwise consider. The standard traveller route takes most visitees from Colombo and Negombo, up into the hill country to Kandy and down to Hikkaduwa on the South East coast and Galle.
I struggled to find flights for under £650 but with a little help from speaking to someone on the phone, we got them down to £434. Their busiest time is December and January due to the weather being A-OK then. If you can, hop on over to the Yalla National Park and also, if you've got all the time, Jaffna in the newly-accessible North is equally brill.
But coming here some 30 years later in late 2014, we wondered if much has changed.