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Five days in the Stone Age – my visit to the Veddas

1. July 2010
Me, devouring a wild honeycomb gathered before in dizzying height by Guna Bandiya (right). I have to admit, it wasn't easy for me to bite into this "larvae home", but the taste was overwhelming: Sweet, fine, aromatic!
< 1 Min. The Veddas are the indigenous people of Sri Lanka. Only a few still live very originally on the edge of a national park, far away from electricity and running water. For five days I take part in the life of the Veddas.

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