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Snapshots of Kerala

Any hotelier will tell you that it’s a real joy for owners and staff alike when guests return for a second visit. It’s a great compliment to us about the service we try to provide for you. 350 more words

Kerala

Striking It Lucky

One of the most wonderful things about India is its diversity when it comes to it’s towns and cities.  Some are bustling cosmopolitan delights and some are not and have a long way to go. 730 more words

Travel

An Ancient Tradition In Modern Times

After being in Wayanad for a couple of days and taking some time to rest and relax, it was nice to be back by the water, this time the west coast of India enjoying my first views of the Arabian Sea.   152 more words

Travel

How to make... Tarka Dal

Over the last few weeks I’ve had an incredible craving for lentils. Creamy red, yellow or green lentil recipes always remind me of the hearty broths I used to have growing up: mixtures with the consistency of porridge – largely due to the amount of pearl barley and vegetables – and a great all round flavour. 294 more words

Vegetarian

Kerala: Fort Cochin

Known as God’s Land, Kerala is made up of rice paddies, spice plantations and beautiful backwaters. The high season for Kerala is November – March. 662 more words

India

SINGAS PROJECT @ FORT COCHIN

THE SINGAS PROJECT IS A QUITE USUAL FORMATION AT FIRST SIGHT

The Singas Project consists of two man behind the carpet. Kores – double bass, bass guitars, v-bass synth, Zozo – piano, rhodes, synths, samplers. 398 more words

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Calm Before the Storm

Our first days in India have been happy ones. Fort Cochin is a pretty town and the perfect place to spend a couple of days drinking chai and preparing yourself for the chaos the rest of the country has in store. 544 more words

India