SAFETY ALERT : Kerala is reeling under heavy floods and landslides. All the districts are on red alert. Dams have raised their shutters, many houses and villages are submerged and traffic is in disarray. The death toll is 79, and, honestly, God, we don’t know. It’s not safe now to visit Kerala.
Now, somebody is watching the menacingly rising waters from the terrace of her home…clutching to her nearly-dead mobile phone, and waiting for the rescue team to appear…
Now, read on for a later visit…
(Updated on August 16, 2018).
Probably, you might have read much about Kerala, a tiny state in India. Just enter the name in Google search bar and you have a plethora of information about the state and its touristic attractions. Apart from the official Kerala tourism department portal, there are hundreds of websites that draw your attention and offer you seemingly attractive tour package options as well as in-depth information.
So, why this book?
Because, this is not an attempt to recycle the already-known information about the state and its tourism potentials. This is a first person account of a person, who was born and brought up in Kerala. And I have been living here for the past 36 years. So, this is Kerala for you through a highly personal view with a brutally sincere narrative.
As a prospective visitor to Kerala, what will this give you?
Insights. Practical insights FOR A TOURIST WHO WANTS TO VISIT KERALA.
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