Here’s a travelogue of our recent trip to Kerala. Rather than turning out to be the relaxed vacation which I had in mind it turned to be hectic in every sense of the word!
Sensing Kerala is not the same as what we get to see in those subtle Incredible India ads – believe me on this. It takes more than just good planning and a great place to create a memorable trip. Down the years when I travel back the memory lane I’ll still look back at our “hectic” five day trip to Thrissur not with apathy or anguish, as can be expected from an extraordinarily tiring and gruesome trip, but rather with amazement at the abundance of nature that I got to see in so many varied forms.
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We had a small trip to Palakkad Kerala; this entry tries to act as a travelogue for the same
A long pending travelogue!
This one’s about our gang’s trip to Palakkad (Kerala), at the end of second week of March.
I’ll try to be as brief as possible with the words and let the pics speak for themselves!
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My travelogue of the great reunion I had with my college mates…
This weekend was really good. Had a nice trip to B’lore-Yercaud (actually Yercaud only). I had been told what a ‘hep’ place B’lore is and all that and was really curious to see what all the fuss was all about. Ya it was my first time to the famed city! But plans to roam around in the city crashed when my friends informed me that they have arranged for a one day trip to Yercaud.
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One of my most memorable trips ever!
A travelogue which should have been written more than a month back!
How does it feel to be in God’s own country? Hmmm, a question to ponder indeed.
Welcome to Kerala screams a sign board and a much better welcome one can’t expect.
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The trip to Munnar was fab – except for the descent!
This entry is part of a series, unforgettable-trip»
Our team trip to Munnar-Tekkadi went really well. The accommodation was good, the food was okay, we visited all the spots we wanted and overall the organization was really nice. It was too good to be true, until we started the return journey down hill that is…
We knew we were running a bit late already and only around 10 hours of time left to catch the train at Madurai. The driver informed us that it would take anywhere between 4-5 hours to reach the station and we can catch the train with a lot of spare time left.
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