This is a thought provoking insight into the lives and deaths of those young people who came to Sri Lanka in the early days from the UK (England and 'North Britain'). It is tidy and carefully maintained by Mr Charles Carmichael and his assistant. Mr Carmichael is the grandson of a Scottish settler and an Indian lady. His knowledge is immense and his demeanour is delightful. While previous reviewers have commented that 'tips' are not necessary, I found that Mr Carmichael was extremely grateful for my donation. By all outward appearances, he could do with it. Recommended to those with an interest in accessing some real insight into the colonial history of Sri Lanka / Ceylon. Our Sri Lankan guide (who had never before been here) found it fascinating.
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