A Walk To Remember In Kerala <3

Back from the vacay, time to review the books ๐Ÿ˜€

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Hey Kindred Spirits,

I’m sure you must be wondering where did I vanish after promising an exciting year ahead. Well, actually, I was on my dream trip to Kerala (the southern state of India). I had a week long vacay there and it was so much fun. I was enjoying myself so much that I didn’t want to catch the flight and go home. But, as we know, our professional commitments need us so I (with a heavy heart) had to catch that flight and head back home.

It was one of the trip that would stay etched in my memory forever. The peaks & waterfalls of Munnar, the divine Alahpuzha & Cherai beaches, Marine Drive walkway, the greenery of coconut & palm trees and of course, the Keralaite culture is something thatI won’t forget ever in my life. This once-in-a-lifetime experience gave me the golden opportunity to walk with & into the nature since Delhi (my home) is more of a throbbing-with-crowd city. And, as Shakespeare once said – “One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.”, I find myself fortunate enough to visit Kerala, God’s own country.

So, I am including some of my vacay pics which I’m sure would be tempting enough to make you visit Kerala once in your lifetime. And, now, coming back to the novel reviews – I have recently done reading of Stieg Larsson’s “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” and will be posting its review anytime soon. Also, currently, I’m in the process of reading another fantastic book by Marquez, “Hundred Years of Solitude”.

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Meanwhile, if you have any suggestions to make, feel free to flood my comments section below!
Lots of love xoxo :*
Happy reading โค

13 thoughts on “A Walk To Remember In Kerala <3

  1. Nice! Hope you got a chance to see the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. Recently, I spent a few days in a village near Munnar. And, then almost a week in Kochi and Alleppey. Will be writing about it shortly. By the way, I am a Keralite living in Delhi.

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    1. Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚ And, yeah, I visited all! Kerala is such a splendid state, surrounded by a heart-warming greenery. I was so thrilled to be there since we don’t have that much of nature in here in Delhi :p
      Nice to meet you Vipin and I hope you’re loving your stay in Delhi ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. Hi! Somehow i did not see your reply. Thanks for your kind words about our state. Yes, I love being in Delhi. It’s almost eight years now. What I miss here is fresh fish :). Anyway, nice meeting. Keep reading and writing!

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  2. Me and my friends are planning to visit Kerala in the mid-sem break sometimes in March. Let’s see how it turns out but if we go there, I surely look forward to have a blissful experience. Hope you had a wonderful stay there ๐Ÿ™‚
    Looking forward to your reviews.

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    1. I had my life’s most wonderful experience there and I’m so glad that you are planning to go too. It’s a must visit place. I really hope that it turns out positive for you guys and you visit Kerala. Thank you very much for your lovely comment and I’ll be waiting to hear from you, your lovely experiences in Kerala ๐Ÿ™‚
      Stay tuned xoxo

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    1. Hey Joseph ๐Ÿ™‚
      Yes it is. It is an eagle and when you go boating (houseboats) in Alleppey, they make that eagle sit on your arm and have a photoshoot โค
      Thanks for liking the pictures.
      Stay tuned ๐Ÿ˜€

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