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Basking in Lankan hospitality in Maldives

"I've sold five bottles of Dom Perignon champagne this week," Donald told me proudly. "For celebration dinners over there." He pointed to the pair of gazebos defining the edge of the ravishingly blue water of the swimming pool where it seemed to spill over into the lagoon below.

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