Many years ago I spent a wonderful couple of days floating along the backwaters of Kerala on a converted rice boat. For hours I sat and simply watched the world go by. From my vantage point, I could observe everyday life in Kerala. Children going to school, women washing pots and pans and men fishing. As you can imagine I took many photos. Here’s one of my favourites. It reminds me of the calm and serenity I found drifting along the water in God’s own country, as Kerala is known, one of my favourite memories from a two week Kerala tour.

Kerala backwaters, one of my favourite memories from a two week Kerala Tour

Find out more about how you can enjoy a memorable trip on an Alleppey Houseboat, a unique experience in Kerala or check out this blog post to discover the best tourist places in Kerala.

 

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Travel clothes for women

Check out my guide to all my favourite travel clothes for women.

Book your hotel

Agoda is my preferred hotel search engine. I also use Airbnb ($31 discount) for booking rooms/apartments.

Rent a car

Discover Car Hire is a great site for comparing car prices to find the best deal. They search both local and international rental companies.

Book an experience

When I’m travelling solo, especially to a new city, I use Viator and Get Your Guide to book tours and excursions, in particular, food walking tours or to visit somewhere tricky to get to by public transport.

Protect yourself and your trip

Don’t forget travel insurance! Protect yourself from possible injury, theft, and many other unexpected mishaps while abroad. World Nomads provides travel insurance to travellers from over 140 countries. For UK residence, Alianz Assistance offers insurance for backpackers, as well as annual multi-trip cover and single-trip cover starting from £3.36.  
 

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