An in a single day curfew imposed deathly quiet in capital metropolis Colombo, earlier than it was lifted on Monday morning. Driving via the streets from the airport, a CNN reporter noticed solely a handful of different automobiles on usually busy highways and roads. No pedestrians or different indicators of avenue exercise had been seen.
Town’s beachfront lodge district, the place a number of of the bombs struck Sunday, was closely guarded. Troopers carried computerized weapons and bomb-sniffing canine inspected arriving friends, principally worldwide press.
Many different friends have left, or are getting ready to depart—a foul signal for Sri Lanka’s resurgent tourism business.