Can't wait, to Share with You..



Yeah I know its not Friday.. If you are a regular reader of this blog, you will be knowing I will publish only on Fridays..
Then why today girl??

Because I couldn't stop sharing this with you all..
Last week I have been to Cochin. Kind of summer getaway from Hyderabad (that's where I live currently).

I hail from Cochin, referred to as the Queen of the Arabian Sea which is a small city in Ernakulam district of Kerala, India. 



When someone asks where I am from and as I reply Am from Kerala, first thing they will be asking will be, 'you people cooks food in coconut oil??', 'Is coconut oil the secret to black thick hair??'.. 😂

Its quite interesting how people from other states or country, adore Kerala, the Gods Own Country(tagline given by Kerala Tourism).




Though March to May will be hot and humid and is not the best season to visit Kerala, it was really an escapade from the gearing up Hyderabad heat waves.

Stay tuned as I start writing about one of the best tourist spots in Kerala. I will be presenting before you more photos and details about the streets of Fort Kochi, the beautiful graffiti wall arts, the food, the people and their lifestyle and what to see around in my upcoming blogs..


I had a delightful weekend as the summer scorches in.. What about you?? Where have you been headed for escaping the summers??

Linking up with Travel Photo Thursday & Skywatch Friday

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17 comments:

  1. What a fascinating photo and post ~ lovely! It is not quite summer in New England in the USA ~ still rather cool!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    A Shutter Bug Explores
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. Enjoy the weather Carol.. Here the temperature is 36deg celsius even in the mornings..

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  2. Interesting to see the fishermen sorting out that huge net!

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    1. Yes it was quite interesting. And Kerala is famous for the huge cantilevered chinese fishing nets used for fishing..

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  3. Enjoy visiting Kerala! It must be nice to go back to where you are from.

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  4. Very nice blog, I believe it is my first time here and I know it won't be the last.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  5. I love the shot of fishermen.

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    1. Indeed it was more beautiful in real when they were sorting out the net

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  6. I was born in the Canadian province of British Columbia...also known as "God's Country"!
    Thank you for sharing your photos!
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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    1. Aww.. thats nice to hear.. And its my pleasure to share it with you all.. Thanks for stoppingby..

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