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Cruising with Spice Routes on Kerala’s Backwaters Read Article

Cruising with Spice Routes on Kerala’s Backwaters

The backwaters have long been the mainstay of the Kerala experience, with houseboats as cherries on top. What was once the humble trading vessel ‘Kettuvalam’ (Malayalam for a boat tied with ropes) found itself reworked into a novel floating holiday in the early nineties. Spice Routes luxury houseboats takes it up a few notches with their luxury cruises, offering the traditional houseboat stay decked with five star amenities and seasoned with local experiences. Equal parts steeped-in-nature and drenched-in-luxury, the cruise offers the best of both worlds. I enjoyed having my creature comforts without being cut off from the elements. The sliding glass doors framing the horizon, the sound of crickets filling the air and the gentle rocking of the boat never letting us forget we were
Why the Isle of Skye Must Be on Your Travel Bucket list Read Article

Why the Isle of Skye Must Be on Your Travel Bucket list

The Isle of Skye is definitely one of the most sought-after destinations in Scotland and it’s easy to see why. Breathtaking mountains, crystal clear lakes, waterfalls, and chance encounters with cute puffins nesting on precarious cliffs are just a few of the reasons that make Skye so special. For generations, locals have told stories of elves and fairies appearing through the mists and that mysticism is palpable in the air even today! Skye is best explored as a road trip with time 0n your hand. The island is small enough to circumnavigate in a single day but to truly experience the island, spend at least 3 days discovering its beautiful landscape! Here are some of the top things to do in the Isle of Skye Hiking to the Old Man of Storr Arguably the most iconic symbol of Skye, the

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