The tantalising beauty of Periyar in Kerala

Periyar in Kerala
Periyar in Kerala

It was like looking for a needle in the stack of hay when we first googled for Periyar in Kerala. I still remember how inquisitive we were to see the real Periyar after investigating so much through blogs, articles, feature stories and travel write-ups.

It is located 270km away from its capital city. It is one of the 27 Project Tiger Reserves in India and is situated in Idukki district, within the bounds of the Western Ghats. It is also known as Thekkady and is famous for its distinctive wildlife. Periyar is spread over an area of 777 sq km, of which 350 sq km is separated for Periyar National Park & Tiger Reserve. The place is very rich in terms of both flora and fauna. The best place to hang out here is the Periyar Lake.

This lake was created by the Britishers in 1895. It is formed by the Periyar River, which is the longest river in Kerala. Periyar River originates at the Shivgiri Peak of Sundaramala in Tamil Nadu. Also known as the lifeline of Kerala, Periyar River contributes to the supply of domestic water, irrigation and power generation as well. The Idukki dam is built across this river. It is an ideal place to see migratory birds and herds of elephants. We also took a boat ride to visit elephants playing near the river. Must say, the grasslands across the river has an exotic collection of unique plant species.

Among the several tourist places in Periyar, the Periyar National Park definitely demands a visit. The place is a paradise for the wildlife enthusiasts. Apart from tigers and elephants, you can also find the Lion Tailed Macaque, Malabar Squirrel and Sloth Bear here. The sanctuary is the favourite haunt of mammals like Gaur, Sambar deer, Mouse Deer, Dholes (Indian Wild Dogs), Mongoose and Nilgiri Langur. Various colourful migratory birds also love to stop by it to enjoy its scenic splendour.

Tourist Places in Periyar
Tourist Places in Periyar

Though tagged as a tiger reserve, Periyar is also lauded for its wild elephants. There are about 800 elephants in here. We had a great time playing with the elephants. After enough of exploration, we decided to visit some spice gardens of Periyar.

We went to Abraham’s Spice Garden which is 56 years old and charges Rs. 100 for a tour of its one hectare garden. Our guide explained us the medicinal value of each spice and also how they are used in different cuisines. He also told us about some century old researches and how Periyar is one of the leading spice hubs in India. It was interesting to know that how powerful can these small little herbs are. We also visited some lush green tea-estates of Periyar and also sipped a local tea. Anyway it was time to do some shopping so we decided to buy the spices and herbs from here. My friend also bought a beautiful handicraft from a nearby village of Periyar. With the tasting of the local cuisine, our trip came to an end. Three days had passed so quickly. We packed our bags and headed for the airport. But Periyar will always be one of the best visits of ours.

Posted on December 22nd, 2014 by Caper Travel  |  Comments Off

The Vibrant nuances of tourism in Kumarakom in Kerala

Pathiramanal Island Kumarakom
Pathiramanal Island Kumarakom

Kumarakom in Kerala must be included in the bucket list of every traveller. An internationally renowned backwater destination, set up in the tranquil waters of Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom is bestowed with exquisite natural beauty. In fact, it is the only place in India after Kashmir, which is known for its houseboat rides. The rich flora espoused with wild fauna makes the place more popular amongst the nature enthusiasts.

So, with these tempting attractions, we decided to explore Kumarakom last November. The weather was amicable for our long planned Kumarakom tour. We reached Kumarakom at 5 in the morning. After the power nap for a couple of hours, we decided to take a boat ride to Pathiramanal Island. The charm of the rich green vegetation, which we crossed while reaching the island is definitely memorable.

Pathiramanal‘ meaning ‘sands of night’ is a small island located in the middle of Vembanad Lake. We spotted many rare migratory birds like egret and heron bathing themselves gracefully in the waters of Vembanad. It was like sitting and watching a live wildlife channel. We had only seen them on television and it was a completely different experience to see them flocking freely towards the expansive blue sky. Pathiramanal is not only a haven for endangered birds but also many rare plants like Aponogeton appendiculatus, Macuna gigantean, Flagellaria indica, and mangrove species like Bruguiera gymnorhiza, Soniratia apetala and Exoecaria agallocha are also found, though in less numbers.

What fascinated us the most was the legend associated with the island? It’s said that once a famous Brahmin named Vilwamangalathu Swamiar, during a night boat ride through Vembanad Lake, wanted to answer the call of nature. For this he magically created the island at night from the lake, hence giving the island its name. We walked through the island, enjoying its lush green beauty and then we finally headed towards the famous Water Bird Sanctuary. We hired a boat as the locals told us that the sanctuary is best enjoyed by a cruise or a boat ride. Now that was fun!

Experiencing the wildlife on a moving boat was like a kaleidoscopic image before us. Sheer bliss, indeed! We were enchanted and surprised by the creating capability of the almighty. Such innocent and beautiful lives, bright vivid colours as if the God in the heaven was sitting with the best quality of paints and brushes. We thoroughly enjoyed the experience and it was time to march toward our next destination, the Driftwood Museum.

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary

As the name suggests, the museum homes the sculptures of various wild animals, carved out of the driftwood pieces. We rushed through the museum as the closing time was at 5 pm and we had very less time to explore the place. The museum displayed a unique collection of superior quality driftwood sculptures prepared through rare and innovative art form. All the displays in the museum had an inculcation of qualities like imagination, creativity, initiation and originality in them. We had never witnessed such an art form before.

After several more tourist places in Kumarakom, we finally went back to our hotel. Tired with the full day of exploration, sleep enveloped us like the swathing mirages wrestling with the brilliance of the lagoon. Our Kumarakom tour had come to an end.

The very thought of leaving the place left a hollow feeling within us. The place had done its magic on us, we had fallen for its beauty and it was hard to leave. Somehow we packed our luggage and headed towards the railway station.

One of our group members enthusiastically exclaimed that he wanted to visit Kumarakom again. But nobody replied because all of us had the same thing in our minds.

Posted on December 18th, 2014 by Caper Travel  |  Comments Off

Spot the beauty of floral varieties in Munnar in Kerala

Munnar Hillstation
Munnar Hillstation

“The Earth laughs in flowers,” opined Ralph Waldo Emerson. And of course, it does.  Disguised as angelic incarnations, flowers bestow the best of nature’s beauty. In spite of not being botanists or even scientists, our love for these floral benedictions is immeasurable. So, where to head for? Our unsaturated desire gestured for the Valley of Flowers. Well, indeed, who wouldn’t? But we chose Munnar in Kerala. Extolled mainly for its scenic beauty, Munnar tour is an excellent exploration.

The exotic and natural beauty of flower plants in Munnar Hill Station has always attracted the travellers from across the globe. There are around 15,000 species of flowers blooming in Munnar. We made a list of the tourist places in Munnar and star marked the places where the flowers can be seen in abundance. These scented flowers a phenomenal charm to the majestic beauty of these lands.  Following are the list of flowers that we  explored.

So read and soak yourself in their mystical fragrance:

Neelakurunji:  Lauded as the charm of Munnar, Neelakurunji (or passionately called by the botanists as Strobilanthum Kunthianum) bathes in the hills, in blue, once in every twelve years. This flower with 40 odd varieties blossoms mostly in hues of blue and thus it is called Neelakurunji, ‘Neela’ meaning ‘blue’ and ‘Kurunji’ is the local name of the flower.  Kovilur, Kadavari, Rajamala and  Eravikulam National Park are the spots in Munnar where Neelakurunji are seen in abundance. Undoubtedly, they are one of the major attractions of Munnar.  And yes, we are gearing up for 2018, the next blooming season.

Roses: Different species and colours of rose plants are found in Munnar. They are found here ranging from size, colour, compact from shrubs to climbers. It is heavenly to see the climbing roses carpeting the entire house from outside.  They are found in almost every tourist places in Munnar.

Munnar Tour
Munnar Tour

Jasmine: Munnar is bedecked with varieties of Jasmine. Colourful gardens, indoor plants and cut flowers – they are grown in various ways. Gajra – the flowery ornament is also made with them. They have a very sweet smell and the entire Munnar scents with Jasmine when they are in full bloom.

Bougainvillea: It is the most common flower found in Munnar. They are found in around 15-18 species. Attractively coloured, they are also called as ‘paper flowers’ because the bracts are thin and papery.

Orchids: Munnar sees the profuse growth of Orchids. They are not difficult to grow but require certain atmosphere and minerals for their nourishment. Delicate little wild orchids are found spontaneously growing on the trees and rocks  of Munnar.

Someone has truly said that people who choose to deny God don’t spend enough time looking at tulips, orchids or roses. Remember the musical album by Ringo Starr, stop and smell the roses? Now indeed you can smell them, at least in Munnar.

Posted on December 10th, 2014 by Caper Travel  |  Comments Off

Kudos to Kovalam in Kerala

Kovalam in Kerala
Kovalam in Kerala

One of the oldest tourist enclaves in India, Kovalam in Kerala homes some of the most fascinating beaches in India. Apart from its colourful scenery and magnificent architectures, Kovalam is also lauded for its relaxing and healthy ayurvedic massages.

Well, embracing a trip to Kovalam was a unanimous decision of ours as we were all in a desperate need of a break. Thus, nothing could have been better than Kovalam to break our monotony.

The word ‘Kovalam’ suggests the ‘groves of coconuts.’ True to its name, you will find plenty of coconut trees, penned along the white sandy shorelines of Kovalam beaches. Though, I would suggest you to visit Kovalam during the months of November and December, to avoid the humidity.

There are numerous bus services to commute within the town. But we chose to take the trip to the Lighthouse Beach with an auto rickshaw. It was fun as we enjoyed the cool breeze, ventilating from both sides of the vehicle, making the trip even more relaxing and peaceful.

The Light House Beach is blessed with picturesque panoramas with a rustic touch of the Vizhinjam Lighthouse. The Lighthouse gave us an excellent view of the Kovalam skyline from the very top. One can surely never be bored during the Kovalam tour. We walked along the silent shoreline and also dug on some delicious sea food served by the little eateries settled near the beach. These eateries serve sea-food like crabs, lobsters and fishes. You just have to choose the fish and they will cook it for you. Kovalam Tour is incomplete without feasting on the delicious sea-food. Many of the tourists also come to the beach to enjoy the magical sunset. So to capture the moment, we clicked several beautiful photos. The backdrop of orange and golden hues of the sleepy sun in our images is simply fascinating. We also spotted huge rocks, enveloped with layers of big black crabs. And its out of this world to scrutinies them, closely.

As the darkness enveloped the skies, it felt as if the beach had a veiled a majestic nocturnal life of its own. It started gleaming with beautiful street lamps making the moment indescribable. We enjoyed the stroll and headed back to our haven.

Kovalam Tour
Kovalam Tour

We visited Neyyar village, the next day and enjoyed our closeness with the giant elephants. We fed them, saw them taking bath and also caressed the baby elephants. It was hard to believe that one day those baby elephants would grow into massive creatures and would not be so easily approached by us. It was fun at Neyyar and our trip was followed by the visit to Poovar and several more beaches. We could not keep a check of the passing hours as we were so enthralled by the beauty of Kovalam in Kerala. We lost the track of the time and the three – day visit to Kovalam. It was time to say goodbye to Kovalam. We packed our bags, left the hotel and on our way to the railhead, made a silent promise to visit Kovalam once again.

Posted on December 10th, 2014 by Caper Travel  |  Comments Off

The Magic of Romance in Kollam in Kerala

Ashtamudi Lake Kollam
Ashtamudi Lake Kollam

My husband says I was blushing while he was making reservations for our Kollam city tour. I remember that my eyes were glued to my engagement ring, as if I could see my future in the ring, trying to hide my excitement of the first trip with the love of my life. With tickets done, and hotel booked and we set off for our honeymoon at Kollam in Kerala.

It was late in the night when we reached Kollam. Long hours of flight had taken a toll over us therefore, after a power nap for few hours we then decided to explore our Kollam travel guide. Our exploration of the mystic Kollam started from the backwaters of Ashtamudi Lake. Lauded for its pristine beauty, Ashtamudi Lake is the second largest lake in Kerala. We booked Kettuvallam, the traditional houseboat of Kerala. The boat was lavishly furnished and had a welcoming aura. It was all that we had dreamt for our honeymoon to be. I had dressed myself in a turquoise coloured dress and my husband said, “the hues of water are reflected in your eyes”,” I blushed again!

When we reached Munroe village, the image of the village depicted in the stories of R.K Naryan’s Malgudi days, started floating before my eyes (I like reading his books, as it gives me a  closer view of real India).

Coming back to the point, Munroe village is a small island carved out by the waters of Ashtamudi Lake and Kallanad river. The village is inhabited by very simple living people who welcome you with warmth and a smile. We saw people weaving cotton and also how oil processing is done. The island is endowed with number of criss-cross channels and canals, thus attracting many migratory birds to the village. After savouring on some yummy seafood delicacies, it was time to move ahead now.

We next visited  Thangassery village. It is said that Thangassery was once a famous Portugal settlement, later took over by Dutch and then the Britishers. The ruins of the fort could still be seen here. The part that my husband and me enjoyed the most was the view from the top of a lighthouse. This lighthouse was 112 years old and towered to height of 144 feet. It was like magic in the air, there was something mystical in the aura of this place. I looked deep into his eyes, my eyes wet with tears (No idea, why!) and said that this was the best gift he could ever give to me.

Later we visited several places like Sasthamkota, wildlife sanctuary, Elephant village and many more. We also tasted some of the best quality of cashews and ethnic Keralite food. Tapioca and fish curry is definitely a not-to-be-missed delicacy for the non vegetarians. It is sumptuous mouthwatering dish made of garlic paste, onion, red chillies, seasoned with mustard seeds and curry leaves.

We enjoyed a lot on our trip and clicked some real great pictures too. However when we returned from the trip we realised that the place had spelled some charm on us and our love was now even more deep and young. A love full of promises and a little more dedication for each other. See,  I am blushing again!

Posted on November 7th, 2014 by Caper Travel  |  Comments Off

The best experience of cruising in houseboats in Alleppey

Houseboats in Alleppey
Houseboats in Alleppey

When we were trying to book our tour packages for exploring Kerala, we came across the tempting option of exploring the backwaters through houseboats in Alleppey. We started with delving into the basic facts which revealed that these houseboats were initially used in Kerala, for transporting rice and spices from Kuttanad to Kochi. What enthralled us was the fact that not a single nail was used to make these boats. Such a technical marvel, is not it?

It was only later when suddenly it did strike the Keralites that these houseboats can be used to enhance the power of their state’s tourism. So, started the entire idea of Kerala Houseboats in Alleppey and Kumarakom.

Slowly, their utility has integrated so well with the tourism market that now each houseboat has even eight rooms. With high international standards, they have bed rooms, kitchens, wash rooms and even balconies for angling.

Sometimes, these are paddled manually, like you would experience in punting in Cambridge, or there is a truck engine that is installed at the end of the boat.

Also, the very feel of these houseboats is different. This is because a special kind of wood, called the ‘anjili’ wood obtained from jack fruit is used to make them, though, the hull is made out of teak wood.

We were able to make the best of them because the houseboats in Alleppey are known for romantic getaways. And yes, there were so many couples we found, nurturing their affection. The fact that they belonged to different parts of the world and they had come to share their special moments in ‘God’s own country’ made it even more special to be at. The popular backwater destinations are Kollam, Kumarakom, Kochi, Kuttanad, Alleppey and others. The virgin and true beauty of the nature gets displayed by exploring the backwaters of Kerala.

With Kerala’s houseboats in Aleppey, we were able to explore the beauty of the traditional villages of Alleppey and their rustic lifestyles, be it toddy farming, fishing and others. Meanwhile, we also loved the fact that the moment we checked in, we were offered tender coconut water. Also, during the meal time, we were offered sumptuous dishes of fishes and prawns. Therefore, along with exploring other beautiful places in Kerala, it is important to delve into the tour of backwaters.

The houseboats are just like your own little home and it is just so relaxing. You get to see the unseen parts of Alleppey which you definitely cannot see by walking or by taking a ride. Its completely remarkable and in short, enlightening. So, what’s stopping you. If exploring Kerala is in the horizon, grab the houseboats tickets soon. Have a happy journey.

Posted on September 29th, 2014 by Caper Travel  |  Comments Off

Leisure Travel with Kerala Backwaters

Kerala Houseboat

Kerala Houseboat

The backwaters of Kerala are unique and unlike anything in the world. The backwaters are a network of canals, lakes, deltas and estuaries of 44 rivers that drain into the Arabian Sea. These backwaters make their way through a number of towns and cities and so one can get to see the village lifestyle.

I had a keen desire to tour along the backwaters of Kerala amidst the greenery and see the rural and real life of Kerala and what more could be better than a cruising the backwaters on the houseboats. These canals connect the villages together and are still used for local transport.

Fishing villages, tribal hamlets, people carrying on with their day to day work – scenes like this are abundant. These backwaters are the main source of livelihood for the people living on the shore here. The fish caught from its waters, the paddy, coconut and other crops harvested along its banks, the boats they build and use to transport them across the backwaters are all its part.

The must see backwaters in Kerala backwater tour are:

Alappuzha- Is the major backwater destination. Kuttunad, the rice bowl of Kerala, is the centre of attraction here. This is perhaps the only place where farming is done on land below sea level. You can also step out of the boat and visit the village craftsmen while they are working.

Kerala Backwaters

Kerala Backwaters

Kumarakom- Kumarakom Backwater provides splendid views of coconut groves, mangroves and paddy fields. The highpoint of your journey will be reaching the Pathiramanal Island.

Kochi- Kochi has one of the best natural harbors in the world. All the islands here are interconnected by a network of backwaters canals and lakes. Cruising through them and viewing the Chinese fishing net, particularly during sunset, is an amazing experience.

The Kerala Backwaters are also a venue for the annual boat races that take place in the different parts of the state. If you happen to visit during July to September you can also witness as huge boats rush past each other to win the competition.

Posted on March 12th, 2014 by Caper Travel  |  Comments Off

Kumarakom Backwater a Leisurely Paradise

Vembanad Lake Kumarakom
Vembanad Lake Kumarakom

Kumarakom, an enchanting backwater destination in Kerala is a cluster of small islands on the Vembanad Lake which is part of Kuttanad region. Looking at the images of the picturesque paradise of forests, coconut groves, canals adorned with white lilies and houseboats, Kumarakom seemed an ideal getaway to me from my mundane routine and so I planned for a short tour to Kumarakom backwaters.

Reaching there, I could feel nature at its best; the scenic views were picture perfect and a well balanced tropical climate to enjoy the excursion. The first destination in the Backwaters is Pathiramanal, a beautiful island and home to a rare variety of migratory birds. It is only accessible by a boat and thus this green island is an ideal place during the Backwater cruise. Houseboats are the most enchanting way to explore the beautiful scenery around the region.

The Kumarakom Backwaters of Kerala is a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to Arabian Sea Coast. One must also go for Boating or cruising in Vembanad Lake and sightseeing which are truly exhilarating. It is one of the largest lakes in Kerala and a beguiling picnic spot to enjoy serenity and a calm evening. If you are an enthusiastic Bird lover then Kumarakom backwater is the paradise for you. It is a favorite haunt of the migratory birds.

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary

You could spot Egrets, Darters, Herons, Cuckoo and migratory birds like Siberian stork that live here in flock and a fascination to watch. I took a boat trip round the islands which is probably the best way to watch the birds. Next on the itinerary is Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, located on the banks of Vembanad Lake. A boat cruise on the Lake along the sanctuary acquaints one with a variety of migratory and native birds like Kingfishers and Woodpeckers. One must also enjoy fishing in the succulent and bountiful freshwater and relish their taste along. With this my tour to Kumarakom backwaters came to an end. The trip apprised me with the charming Kumarakom attractions and an out of the world experience.

Posted on October 10th, 2013 by Caper Travel  |  Comments Off

Soothing Touch of Nature with Ayurveda in Kerala

If you are looking for a refreshing escape, then Kerala is the best place to visit in India. Drained from my work routine and hectic life, I decided to embark on Kerala Ayurveda tour to rejuvenate myself. Like always, my boss renounced me from taking leaves and it took me one week to persuade him. I simply do not understand why these people become so inactive when it comes to approving leaves.

Finally, I got the leaves and engrossed in my own world, set out for my Kerala Ayurveda trip. Heading to Kerala by air, I thought all the way about which Ayurveda package should I opt to get a complete rejuvenating experience.

Sarovaram Ayurvedic Backwater Resort Kollam
Sarovaram Ayurvedic Backwater Resort Kollam

I got to know about the famous Ayurveda resorts in Kerala. The list included:

  • Keraleeyam  Ayurvedic Resort – Alleppey
  • Athreya Ayurvedic Resorts – Kottayam
  • Somatheeram Ayurvedic Spa  Resort – Thiruvananthapuram
  • Kairali Ayurvedic Spa Resort – Palakkad
  • Harmonia Ayurveda Beach Garden – Thiruvananthapuram

But my search ended with Sarovaram Ayurvedic Backwater Resort in Kollam. I got to know few important things about Ayurveda, which I am sharing with you. Originated thousands of years ago, Ayurveda in Kerala has been serving as an age-old science for healing. The word Ayurveda combines two terms including ‘Ayur’ meaning ‘Life’ and ‘Veda’ meaning Science.

A soothing place at the lakeside, calm and homely, the Ayurveda resort at Kollam houses a lush garden, clean accommodation and good food. Then, it was the time to go for Ayurveda treatment. I met Ayurveda Doctor who was very caring and friendly and helped me out to plan an Ayurveda package for me, considering my body type.

The massage, steam bath and the therapies were relaxing as well as reinvigorating. I was completely soaked with medicated oil and the fingers of the female masseurs were casting a spell on me. The Ayurveda doctor also recommended me several exercises that benefited me a lot. There is a unique treatment for different body types, depending upon which ‘Prakriti’ you belong to.

The popular Ayurveda treatments I came across at Kerala Ayurveda resort included:

Abhayangam: It is an Ayurveda body massage with special oils. Besides relaxation, it results into preventing ailments, aging and increases immunity.

Abhayangam Massage
Abhayangam Massage

Dhara Kalpa: This Ayurveda therapy proves beneficial for curing chronic diseases like stress, insomnia, hysteria, headache and insanity. Done with a mix of herbal oil, ghee, milk, coconut water combined with citrus fruits and vegetables, the massage is quite relaxing.

Kativasthi: It serves as a panacea for all spinal related issues including backaches, spondylitis, muscle spasms, osteoporosis and slipped disc. A herbal dough paste filled with warm herbal oil is used for this therapy.

Njavarakizhi: It is an excellent therapy for treating rheumatism, arthritis and other muscle associated disorders. The massage is followed by a steam bath.

My experience of Kerala Ayurveda tour was a successful endeavour that aided me to accumulate my hidden energy. So, when you are heading for a Ayurveda trip to Kerala?

Posted on May 21st, 2013 by Caper Travel  |  Comments Off

Take Joy in the Celebration of Pongal Festival in Kerala

Pongal Festival Kerala
Pongal Festival Kerala

Pongal festival in Kerala reminds me of my most enjoyable experience of Kerala tour. I, accompanied by two of my friends went to Kerala in January to enjoy Kerala sightseeing. At that time, we were not aware that we would become the participants of the most heard Kerala Pongal festival.

As the festival was related to agriculture, we came across the amazing sights of village folks, soaking in the traditional festivity. It is mainly enjoyed for three days but few parts of South India keep the festivity on even fourth day. Pongal is among the most celebrated festivals of Kerala.

We were very excited to celebrate that traditional festival on our Kerala tour. When we got to know that the next day would be the “Bhogi Pongal”, I kept tossing all the night and got up early. In the morning, I saw a totally different sight. People were busy in cleaning their homes and they also made “Rangoli” from rice flour.

Accompanied by people, I also went to worship rain God Indra. In the evening, our tourist group also enjoyed the bonfire before sunrise. People took out all the useless things, which were being burnt in the bonfire in front of their houses. First day was wonderful and our joy multiplied with Surya Pongal, which was the second day. That day, Sun was being worshipped.

Farmers gathered in an open area and prepared Khichdi according to the auspicious time. The ritual attached to it, when the Khichdi fermented and fell out of the pot then ghee and milk was added. The fermentation marks the prosperity and happiness in the family. The milk in the Khichdi started felling out of the pot, it was considered as it would prosper the farming.

The cooked food was distributed among people as “Prasad”. Mattu Pongal was the next day of the festival. On that day, farm animals were being worshipped which created a different spectacle. Bullock cart races and ox races were also organized which was really rewarding to see. I simply relished the “Khichdi” on banana leaf, which represents its ancient tradition.

That was a really wonderful experience, which I want to enjoy again and again.

Posted on March 19th, 2013 by Caper Travel  |  Comments Off