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Post-tsunami travel to Sri Lanka?

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My husband and I are trying to plan our one big vacation for the year and are considering traveling to Sri Lanka. It has been on our list of top choices for some time.

We're wondering if people have any thoughts on whether infrastructure will be repaired enough for a late summer visit. We don't want to get in the way of any rebuilding, but we'd still like very much to visit Sri Lanka. Should we postpone our trip a year? We've noted that the 2 hotels we were looking at staying in were both generally unharmed by the tsunami.

Many thanks!

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