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Sri Lankan cafe owner feeds and shelters stranded tourists
by Bharatha Mallawarachi
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5 June 2020
On 5 June 2020 The Associated Press reported:
The tourists came to see the magical waterfalls and mountain views of the lowland jungle and rainforest. But then the pandemic hit, and they were stranded in Sri Lanka. When flights were canceled and the airports shut down, Darshana Ratnayake came to the rescue. Ratnayake, a cafe owner in Ella, a former colonial hill station in Sri Lankan tea country, organized free food and shelter for dozens of stranded tourists.
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