Life has returned to normal for many Sri Lankans, even those on the beach, more than three years after a massive tsunami killed nearly 30,000 Sri Lankans. Ruins and slabs still dot the landscape, but idyllic scenes like these fishing boats on the beach in Madiha highlighting the country's overwhelming beauty are easily found.
Life has returned to normal for many Sri Lankans, even those on the beach, more than three years after a massive tsunami killed nearly 30,000 Sri Lankans. Ruins and slabs still dot the landscape, but idyllic scenes like these fishing boats on the beach in Madiha highlighting the country's overwhelming beauty are easily found. SUN HERALD
Life has returned to normal for many Sri Lankans, even those on the beach, more than three years after a massive tsunami killed nearly 30,000 Sri Lankans. Ruins and slabs still dot the landscape, but idyllic scenes like these fishing boats on the beach in Madiha highlighting the country's overwhelming beauty are easily found. SUN HERALD

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