Postcards from Kerala: Looking back at Pre-blogger life

Of course there are tons to write about Kerala. Apart from the 2 weeks itinerary, amazing food cooked in coconut oil, the dense jungle of Thekkady it was the people of Kerala took won our heart. Here are the postcards from the trip, when I was 2 years younger. Kerala travel blogs and photos helped me plan the DIY trip. I hope I inspire one of you these days!

 

The table mat from Salgaokar Restaurant from Kozhikode, where I tasted prawn cooked in coconut cream and raw mango!
The table mat from Salgaokar Restaurant from Kozhikode, where I tasted prawn cooked in coconut cream and raw mango!
A mermaid coming to great ypu at breakfast house in Kochi, at the Ginger house
A mermaid coming to greet you at breakfast house in Kochi, at the Ginger house
Quintessential breakfast spread in Kerala! All cooked in Coconut oil and I love love love it!
The snake boats, remember the movie scenes where these boats are rowed?
The mist as seen from the top station, Munnar
The mist as seen from the top station, Munnar

 

Kochi Sea beach
Thrift store by the Kochi Sea Beach where ear-rings and sea food are sold with equal enthusiasm!

 

Sunset at Kochi Sea Beach and Chinese nets
Sunset at Kochi Sea Beach and the iconic Chinese fishing nets!
Squid cooked in earthen pot at Fort Kochi, Kerala, Best seafood restaurant!
Dinner at Fort Kochi. We feasted majorly on squids on the trip.

 

Fort Kochi, Kerala best sea food place in Kerala
The beautiful courtyard of Fort Kochi, Kerala
Munnar Offebeat Experiences
Valley from Nilgiri range

Kerala Nature Photo

Jungle House at Munnar and the tortoise
A pet at the Jungle House Munnar!
By the matupetty Dam, Munnar where locally grown fresh carrots are sold!
By the matupetty Dam, Munnar where locally grown fresh carrots are sold!
Hello there!
Hello there!

 

Munnar Tea Garden
So windows shot their desktop picture from Munnar?

 

Those cormonants, Periyar lake, Thekkady
Those cormonants on the Periyar Dam at Thakkady.
Thekkady
Thekkady, in my humble opinion, was even more beautiful than Munnar!
Bamboo rafting in Periyar lake, Thekkady
Bamboo rafting in Periyar lake, Thekkady
Jungle safari in Periyar!
Before we started for jungle expedition at Periyar. we are standing with those high ankle “boots” given by the rangers!
Periyar Reserve, a highlight from Kerala Travel
Bright Sunshine in Periyar forest
Periyar Safari
Before we set sail on a bamboo rafting boat! Rifles by rangers are used only to scare away elephants (only air shot).
The lush greens of Periyar forest!
What to pack for Kerala
Those boots! These are used to keep the leeches away!

 

A boat ride on Vembanad lake, Alleppey
A boat ride on Vembanad lake, Alleppey during Sunset

 

 

Greenland resort Alleppey

 

Alleppey Sea Beach

Alleppey beach
Besides the spiralling waterways, Alleppey has many lesser-known golden sand beaches!
Alapuzza or alleppey beach
The silent Allepey beach in the morning after NYE party!

 

I will be making a trip back to Munnar and Thekkady sometime soon. My YouTube channel is a motivation!   Request you all to subscribe to that and keep an eye for my upcoming travel vlogs to the North East India! Yes! We are traveling to Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh. Few other places are also in the list. In case you have been to the part, let me know what I must not miss.

 

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