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Hi,friends I'm a student from Sri Lanka.



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My name is Gayani nisansala. I'm fourteen years old (in 2010). My school is Rambuka eVillage school. I'm from Thanabela and I'm in grade nine. My favorite subjects are English and Maths. I have one sister and no brothers. Her name is Amalsa Ishani. My father's name is Mr. Rathnasiri and my mother is Mrs. Lani Gunawardana. My father is a driver and mother is a good house wife. My favorite drink is orange juice. I like watch the cartoons. My favorite color is pink.
I like to have many pen pals around the world.
My motherland
My motherland is Sri Lanka. It is situated in the Indian Ocean. Some people call it as the pearl of the Indian Ocean. Sri Lanka is an island. Mahaweli is the longest river in Sri Lanka. Piduruthalagala is the highest mountain in Sri Lanka. Sri Jayawardhanapura kotte is the capital of Sri Lanka. The majority of the Sri Lankans are Sinhalese. I am bound to protect my motherland.
My village

My village is Thanabela. It is situated in the Rathnapura district and near the sinharaja rain forest. Also it is rural village. There are 500 houses in my village. There is a small school in the middle of the village. It is R/ Thanabele mahavilahena vidyalaya. The people of our village live in peace fully. The main occupation is tea of our villagers. Faddy fields of our village one of most attraction. My village has a beautiful temple and beautiful nature environment places. One of them is Nugagahayata Ella. It is most beautiful. It has a very strong stream. It is produce electricity. I love my village.
Horton Plains
Horton Plains is situated in the highlands of the Central Province, 32 km from Nuwara Eliya. This is the highest plateau in the country. It is at a height of about 2300 mters. This was discovered by Sir Robert Horton. The park which is 3160 hectares was declared a national park in 1988. The average temperature of Horton plains is 15°c- 22°c with frequently occurring mists and clouds. Horton plains is fed from both the north- east monsoons as well as intermonsoonal rains. I gets about 5000 mm rain fall annually. Horton Plains is the most important catchment area of the country. Three major rivers of the country start from this area, namely: Kelani, Walawe and the Mahaweli. Due to the high altitude the area is cold. The park consists of forests and grasslands with a rich biodiversity. It is home to a wide variety of endemic fauna and flora. Among the 24 species of mammals, elk, deer, wild boar, otter, porcupine and leopard are considered special. The bird diversity is also high with 87 species of birds including migratory birds. The park is also famous for beautiful flowers. Nellu, bovitiya, binra and some orchid species are endemic. Horton plains also feature many interesting attraction such as the Baker’s fall, Chimmini pool and famous ‘World’s end’. The World’s end is a sheer drop of 3700 feet that offers a fabulous view all the way out to the distant southern coastline. We must take necessary steps to protect this treasure for the future generations.




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