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.
It rained throughout our journey and there were very few photo ops for us but not to worry. A good company is what matters more than anything.
Munnar tea plantations. Rain soaked hills.
What will you call it? 🙂 Paradise?
View from my cottage. You would not want to leave such surrounding and ambience.
Ottan thullal dancer
The famous Chinese nets.
Away from the Chinese nets a lone fisherman tries his luck one more time.
Reaching and leaving a resort in a boat has its own happiness.
That’s the way!
Kerala beaches are one of the finest in the country
Alone doesn’t mean lonely. Solitude is a bliss.
For more photos of Kerala, visit my Facebook travel page.
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amazing captures !! loved captures of God’s country !! 🙂
Pretty Nice Capture…Really close to nature…
Spectacular scenic beauty….. No doubt about God’s own country…..
Excellent captures of God’s own country!
Lovely place, Kerala is, always…
Wow! Those are great posts on the conference and Kerala as well. Enjoyed reading the excerpts in the previous posts! Way to go girl 🙂
The photos say you had a superb time. 🙂
Mysay, Harsha, Debopam,
Thank you very much.
Thanks a lot. Kerala is beautiful during monsoon. 🙂
Thank you !!
Yes, I had a wonderful time. 🙂
So are you going for that workshop in B’lore?
What are those bushes? Can you get under them? It looks sooo pretty! Well, it is indeed heaven to me.
These are tea plants, normally of waist height.
We can’t get under them I guess but yes, if we want to hide, it’s a good place. 😛
Kneel down and sit, nobody can find you in such vast area. 😀
I love that picture. Cant wait to read more about your trip. looks like great fun!
The trip was fun ! 🙂
Nice blog.. Good job.. Interesting post. Kerala is a lovely place to plan your next vacation. Thank you so much for the information. It’s a great post…I love travelling and want to travel all over the world. Explore new places, adventurous things and many more. And photographs are just amazing. Keep writing !!!