Corona Journey No.16: Sri Lanka by Morgan Maassen
In partnership with Corona Extra. Photos / Words by Morgan Maassen
The heat. The heat was what woke us up. As soon as the sun rose at 6:30am, the air went from a balmy stillness to a blazing inferno within minutes. In the far off distance, you could still hear the throbbing techno to which Swedish babes danced all night… but where we sat, on the edge of a bay overlooking endless sandy beaches, the rising sun illuminated what we were truly after: perfect point breaks. The swell delivered head high waves, and we were immediately off, sniffing out the exact beach we wanted to spend the precious day at, via a convoy of gloriously small Tuk-Tuks.
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