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At almost every town and restaurant we visited we were greeted with exactly the same menu.Whilst Sri Lankan rice and curry is fabulous, there was no other variety for a vegetarian.I found this really odd, particularly since it is a predominantly buddhist country.In India I was vegetarian for the 9 months I backpacked and never had an issue, it is such an accepted part of the culture that it makes travelling the country a joy.There is a gentleness to the race that makes me believe it would be alright for a solo female traveller (however on this trip I travelled with my parents and cousin).The Environment I have always known that India is not the cleanest of places, but I think after 18 months I am becoming a little bit desensitised to the filth that covers the streets.

There was no rubbish littering the sand, no one relieving themselves on the beach and no fear that the water was contaminated with god knows what.

I have become accustomed to being defensive when trying to pass a car, it took a while for me to get used to trusting that someone wasn’t going to try and run me over when I went near a road.

The only exception would have to be buses, which hurtle down the narrow roads at a breakneck pace to catch their next passenger, taking no prisoners along the way.

Looking around Sri Lanka made me feel a bit sad that India, this country that I love and call home, can’t find a way to provide a minimum standard of living to so many, or even just have some pride in the environment.

In this regard, Sri Lanka really does put India to shame.

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