Sailing through Kerala

Stop off at the beach en route to Kochi.

Stop off at the beach en route to Kochi.

Casual stroll on the sand.

Casual stroll.

Ice cream centre at your convenience.

Cool down treats at your convenience.

Roasted corn right off the coal while walking around the dam premises in Thekkady.

Roasted corn right off the coal in Munar.

Flying through Fire in Thekkady.

Flying through Fire in Thekkady.

Poking through the bushes to catch the tea pickers in the fields.

Poking through the bushes to catch the tea pickers.

Came across a fury friend in the plantations.

Came across a fury friend in the plantations.

View from the top of the tea plantations.

View from the top of the tea plantations.

Setting out early morning on to the backwaters in Allepy.

Setting out early morning on to the backwaters in Alleppey.

Boat traffic.

Boat traffic.

Enjoying the sights sounds and smells of the backwaters.

Taking in all the sights sounds and smells.

Greeted by greenery

Greeted by greenery

Friendly locals passing by.

Friendly locals passing by.

Sunset.

Sunset.

Enjoying a cup of South Indian Tea while sailing through Kerala.

Winding down with a cup of South Indian Tea.

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~ by sonal batavia on January|3|14.

2 Responses to “Sailing through Kerala”

  1. Wow!! Quite the sailing trip – looks like you saw a lot and experienced a lot. Thank you for the snipits!!

  2. I am from Kerala, and I had a smile on my face when I went through your pictures. Thanks :-)

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