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Kerala - cuisine, culture and cruising

Laidback and lush, glimmering all shades of vibrant green in the heat, is Kerala: ‘God’s own country’ as the locals like to refer to it, and our first port of call in India.¬† 1,090 more words

Boat Cruises

Amazingly beautiful Kuttand, Alleppey

Alleppey (Alappuzha) is also called the ‘Venice of the east’. The place is such a beautiful place, even its beauty can’t explained using words. The breathtaking beauty of Alleppey backwaters, the canals, beaches, beautiful paddy fields and the saline lagoons, everything is increasing the beauty of Alleppey. 158 more words

Kerala Tour Packages

The Fisherman

Fisherman heading towards the Chinese Fishing Net alongside backwater in Alleppey, Kerala, India.

Fishing, Mainstream Living Source

As in my previous post I’ve mentioned that fishing is the mainstream earning to the people in Kerala.

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Kettuvellum or "The Houseboat"

Beautiful houseboat rowing in the backwaters of Alleppey, Kerala, India.

About The Houseboat

Kettuvellum, this is what houseboats are called in Malyalam. Traditionally they were used to transport rice and spices through the backwaters of Kerala.

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Life on water: Alleppey

It’s the Venice of Asia.


It’s certainly promoted as that¬†which somehow cheats this place out of its identity, I’m not inclined even slightly to liken one place to the next. 459 more words


The Venice of India: Alleppey

My original travel plan was to take a week in all the places I visited, adding or subtracting days as I saw fit. But since deciding on the yoga course I’ve had to prioritize and condense said schedule. 283 more words

The Fishing Boat

A beautiful sunny day at the Marari Beach of Alappuzha(now named Alleppey), Kerala, India. A fishing boat lying on the Marari Beach aside Arabian Sea.

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