Kerala Backwaters…

These were our last two days of the trip. Our driver dropped us at Allepy(Alappuzha) town where our house-boat was waiting. A typical house boat consists of two or more rooms. Normally one room is reserved as store room, for staffers which consist of two to three people. One drives the house-boat itself and other two for food preparation and house keeping.

Our house boat was shared by another couple from city of Kolkata(Calcutta). I took their snaps too, and promised to email them. But somehow lost their email address. I wish they would find my blog and contact me…

Hope you like these snaps, though let me know which ones you like d most. Thanks..

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PS: last three images are not mine, they are part of the Kerala Tourism’s latest campaign about backwaters. Feel free to check their website here: great backwaters.com

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About mayur hulsar

Server(AIX)Administrator by profession, photographer & amateur astronomer by passion.. Fascinated by every aspect of life, and loves to live every moment of it..

5 comments

  1. I liked the fourth, and hope the kolkata couple finds you somehow!

  2. They are all wonderful, Mayur, but if I had to choose it would probably be the two first ones plus the little white house between the trees.

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  4. zi

    yes, i liked all of them, but the one of boy n girl going to school

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