A few memories, sentiments and tales of my travels mainly in India, an attempt at photography, and at times, some reflections on other topics.
Your photo is beautiful, and so is the boat. I love to see boats from different countries, and how they reflect the people who built them.Kay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Wouldn't it be great fun to travel the river in that houseboat?
That is a beautiful boat, and it looks like such a peaceful river to float down!
Interesting and beautiful! I have been in Goa, but not in Kerala, thanks for commenting on my blog!
what a very exotic looking water vessel. wonderfully composed too.
Looks very pretty.
It looks like a lovely way to get around. Great photo. Thanks for your visit to my blog today.
It is utterly gorgeous!
Welcome to Watery Wednesday. I hope to see you back... often. :-) Great shot and what an interesting boat!
I wouldn't mind going for a ride, that's a beautiful boat & such lush greenery!
soaking in serenity!
beautiful way to travel! Watery Wednesday
Kerala is truly "God Own Country" did you know Kerala has even more canals than Venice? Just that Venice has been portrayed as a romantic destination and Kerala the Mystic land of the Gods
Lovely photo...such a beautiful houseboat!
what a peaceful scene! i'd like to be on this boat!:p
Wonder how many people it seats (usually)?
beautiful boat. makes you want to ride it :)
What a beautiful scene. I love the boat. Looks like a wonderful place for a boat ride.
I would love to be here.
Beautiful and exotic and also poetic, in a very gentle way.;)Thank you so much for your recent visit and avery kind comment,xoxo
beautiful composition..heading to cochin tom
A shimmery shot. Sigh.
Your blog is so beautiful.
Or I could say your boat is the gondola of the East!
boat housing in the backwaters of kerala is an amazing experience, we did that on our honeymoon and still remember it fondly
Thank you for your kind words each one of you. Your feedback is encouraging and greatly appreciated.
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