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Kerala Blog Express 2016

A few days ago a South African blogger , tagged me in a tweet with Kerala Tourism. Having just returned from my Media Trip to Abu Dhabi this caught my attention rather instantly. Being of Indian roots and having never set foot in India was the motivating force of why I clicked on to the link.
Kerala Blog Express
So what is Kerala Blog Express?

  1. It is a 2 week road trip through Kerala.

2. Travel bloggers from around the world are invited to take part to gain a place on this roadtrip. 30 bloggers will be selected to visit Kerala.
3. KBE is running in its 3rd year of existance.
4. Bloggers will explore the sights ,sounds and tastes of the beautiful Kerala.
5. The selection will be based on your blog and the number of votes you recieve. Now this is where I need your help.
6. Bloggers will be required to pay their own airfare to Kerala but at the end of the roadtrip will be compensated 70% of the ticket.
#SpiceGoddessInKerala
Why do I want to go?

  1. I have never visited Indian though I have an Indian Heritage.
  2. My ancestors came from India to South Africa in 1820.
  3. A perfect way for the Spicegoddess to learn more about cookery and Kerala.
  4. So I can share with the world my Kerala adventures.
  5. It is a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Now I need your help!

  1. click on this link to vote for me http://keralablogexpress.com/index.php/user/single_participant/286
  2. You can only vote once .

3.Share this post and get your friends to vote for me.
Thank you in advance for playing a part in helping to get the #SpiceGoddessInKerala.
Have you visited India ? Would you visit India?
Be Inspired !
Ciao
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6 thoughts on “Kerala Blog Express 2016

  1. I never vote yet-because I’m not on my computer and can’t view that web page!!! …but later I will!
    India is wonderful and a very spiritual land. Many indians, but hindus in particular, of all linguistic backgrounds, are very disconnected from the actual understanding of Hinduism itself. Many of them have never visited india and do not recognise it as their motherland, fatherland, AND HolyLand, which it really is! However there are many ‘hindus’ in india, ie. Living in india, though they feel the same way. Which is a shame, because they turn their back on hinduism and essentially cut the roots with our religion. (This is a lengthy discussion, largely political in nature and I won’t go there for sake of brevity.)
    I will definitely cast my vote for you!
    Its nice that you want to visit-Kerala in particular is very beautiful and very clean! Much cleaner than the ‘Northern’ states of india. I have never been there myself, but would love to visit someday! I used to have a friend from Kerala on facebook-he would always send me photos: Very gorgeous, green tropical looking place!
    Goodluck!
    Love always, Aarthi 🙂

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