I originally planned to make an ebook out of my various Sri Lanka posts, in much the same way as I did with our Laos trip. However, half way through the process I realised that after editing, I only had around fourteen A4 pages of material, which seemed a bit thin. Certainly I’d feel like a cheat charging people to buy it from the Amazon store.
So, if you’ve enjoyed the posts and would like them as a single document, click to download. I’ve also added an epub version and a mobi version for the Kindle if you’d prefer them in an ebook format. For the technically minded, the original markdown documents were converted to odt with pandoc and assembled into a single Libre Office document which was cleaned and spell checked. The epub was generated using the write2epub plugin for Libre Office and the mobi was generated using Calibre to convert the epub document.
Please note that the document is creative commons licensed with no derivative works, and no commercial reuse – if you’d like to reuse any of the material, click on the contacts tab at the top of this blog to find out how to get in contact with me.