We began to choose where to go. I re-read the entire Wikipedia, compared it with the reviews and chose Kerala. This is the most peaceful state in South India, there is practically no crime there and tourists are not fooled much, and most importantly – there is amazing nature there. Direct flights, though not provided, but generally fly for a long time, but this is not the main thing.
When choosing a hotel, I, of course, was taken aback, there are so many of them that my eyes are already scattered. I really wanted a separate bungalow or just a house, like in the movies. And we found one – ISIS Ayurveda Retreat. Four stars, a private terrace, a cool pool, but most importantly, the hotel is Continue reading
Mandrem with the beach of the same name is located in North Goa, between Ashvem and Arambol, with whom he shares a long sand spit.
The village, like its neighbors, does not have a well-developed infrastructure, so backpackers, tourists with a modest budget, who want to rent a house cheaply, and lovers to be alone with themselves and their thoughts come here.
HOW TO GET THERE?
At the airport in Dabolim, go to the taxi desk located at the entrance to the building and hire a car. The trip is paid in advance by the clerk. The rate is approximately 1,400 rupees. The distance to the destination point is about 57 km. Continue reading
Fort Galle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of Sri Lanka’s main attractions. The construction has an ancient and interesting history.
It is not possible to find out the exact date of construction of the fortification walls and towers. It is believed that the first fortress was built by the Arabs 2000 years ago, then in 1588 the Portuguese rebuilt it, who arrived on the island in search of new trade opportunities, in the 17th century the Dutch forced them to declare Sri Lanka their colony. In the 19th century, the appearance of the fort was changed by the British.
Video walk along the walls of the fort:
Today, Galle Fort is a district of the same named port city. Surrounded by walls are cafes, shops, museums, a hotel, banks and even a market. The narrow streets and houses of the colonial period invite you to plunge into the atmosphere of bygone years. Continue reading