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Since of late the section within the District of Colombo has been divided in the middle by an island, thereby, preventing those crazy over-takers from displaying their antics on the middle of the highway.

At Bambalapitiya, similar to many of the other towns along Galle Road in Colombo, parallel streets, commonly referred to as lanes interspaced by a few blocks of land and residential houses, ran down to the beach from the Galle Road.

, affectionately known to all its residents, and even those living within the other zones of Colombo, as "Bamba" is a small town located on both sides of the Galle Road between Colpetty (Colombo 3) on the North and Wellawatte (Colombo 6) on the South, spanning about one and a half kilometers of the Galle Road.

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Two sets of tracks, parallel to each other took the perspiring rail commuters to the big bustling bazaar city of Fort, the Pettah and back home to roost on a daily basis.

The southern coastline railway was a way of life for many office workers and commuters.

Rush hour on Galle Road, mainly during the mornings and evenings, and nowadays during the afternoons too when the many schools plying the main road close for the day, can be traumatic.

Traffic slows down to a crawl and horns and abuse blow out in chorus intermingling with engine noises and fumes that turns the towns into melting pots of absolute pollution.

The store has since changed ownership and has been transformed into a general tourist store offering a variety of Sri Lankan produce and also a wonderful collection of valuable books and publications by Barbara Sansoni, who is an artist, writer and designer who has exhibited her drawings and woven panels across Asia, Europe and North America.

She founded Barefoot in the mid Seventies and has been the designer of rural fabrics and handwoven products of Sri Lanka.

Bambalapitiya is also classified as Colombo 00400 on the zonal map of Colombo and lies within the Municipality of Colombo.

in the early 19th century was a thick jungle infested with venomous snakes.

Some may claim that Barefoot resides in Kollupitiya since it stands smack bang on the border between the two towns.

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