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ILLUSTRATIONS (between pages 96 and 97) The author in Jaffna Fisherman on
Jaffna lagoon Jaffna Hindu temple Pearl Fishery: Arab divers with nose clips
Pearl Fishery: Preparing to dive Pearl Fishery: Boats arriving from the banks
Someone — I forget who — took me for a few days into his bungalow down on
the shore of the Jaffna lagoon and one evening I foolishly crawled along the road
to the Fort and sat watching the tennis. On my way back suddenly I felt as if my ...
It is true that Jaffna is upon the sea, but the sea looks and behaves as if it is a
lagoon. This is because the town and peninsula are almost completely shut in on
the west by islands. Every now and again I had to sail out to these islands in a ...
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