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Waters of Kerala

We arrived in Trivandrum in the early afternoon. It was great to be somewhere familiar, where I’d already spent a couple of days earlier in India, and the south is on the whole more civilised with conveniences like little supermarkets. 1,991 more words

Visit Kerala -- God's own country this winter

Winter is the best time to visit Kerala when the heat and humidity give way to the chilly nip in the air. Kerala is truly God’s own country with lush green plantations, beautiful mountains, tea and coffee plantations, bountiful rivers, the serene backwaters and the pristine beaches. 328 more words


Closing time in Kerala

After leaving beautifully relaxing Goa we were ready to take on Kerala and everything it had in store for us. Fort Kochi was the first stop and the sleepy fishing town which is now slightly overrun by guesthouses, package bus tours and Kathalaki (traditional dance / drama) theatres was still a relaxing place to be. 274 more words

Tree Huggin'

I had only been traveling by myself for about 10 days, but it felt like a lot longer and I was in need of something a little less intense. 1,230 more words


Travel Theme: Bountiful Kerala

The bountiful tea plantations of Munnar, Kerala.

When I think of bountiful, I think of Kerala: the words almost seem synonymous. Kerala is a stunningly beautiful state in Southern India. 165 more words