Nature, Culture and Simplicity of a Malayali The South Indian state of Kerala is often referred to as God’s own…
Kerala adventures and stupid Adam!
After attending the ICTT (International Conference on Travel Technology) India which was held in Trivandrum, I was privileged to be invited on a tour of Kerala.
We were a small group of four (two Australians, Adam & Selina and two Indians, myself & Suresh). An Innova car with driver was assigned to us for the entire trip. The first stop out of Kovalam to spend a day was in Kumarakom.
How to reach there?
On a houseboat!
There is only one way to get to the resort Coconut Lagoon… .. over the water. 😀
Yes Selina, let this photo session end, then you can attack the Papaddams. 😛
As you know I was invited to the ICTT (International Conference on Travel Technology) India which was held in Trivandrum. After the conference the delegates were shown different places of Kerala and their beauty.
I’ll write about the Indian adventures on the road in a separate post. 🙂 We were a group of four (2 Australians and 2 Indians).
Meanwhile, I take you to the God’s own country through these photos.
Lush green velvety hills were a treat to our eyes.
Update from the road.
As you would know, I am still in Kerala enjoying the lush green surroundings. The backwaters, the houseboats, the wilderness, the hills, trekking, rural areas, the local cuisines and the most important elephants! There is so much to do and so little time.
Being in the midst of all these has its own charm. So much so that when at the end of the day we want to check our e-mails, we struggle to get the internet connection. Frankly, when you are in such a joyful trip who cares for the internet? 😀
Saying bye to a lovely place is always difficult.
We have been
Warning: This is a colorful post. 🙂
Before I start writing about my recent trip of Philippines and Malaysia, I thought it better to recollect how was the year 2010 for me in terms of travel.
I think I will skip some of domestic travels since a few of them happened in a jiffy and I do not remember the details now. Also, I am not counting the local exploration of lesser known places of my town such as watching Flamingos at Sewri fort.
Flamingos enjoying their meals.
The year started with a trip to