#Coffee with Tripoto
KERALA- God’s own country indeed! It was one of my heartiest wishes to set my foot on the beautiful land of Kerala one day. Soon me and a close friend of mine (a resident of Kannur, Kerala) started working on the itinerary to make my trip fruitful. And it was just the right time when we booked our tickets and headed for a beautiful journey.
Flight trip- Mangalore will be the the closest airport to Northern Kerala (143 kms), although Bengaluru (375 kms pprox) and Trivandrum (490 kms) are also in otption but, little far off. Flight tickets would cost around 6000-7000/-
Best time to visit- December -January and May-June
It was December, the perfect time to visit Kerala. We had decided to cover only Northern part of Kerala due to a week’s time constraint. And so we boarded a five hours connecting flight to Bengaluru via Delhi. From Bengaluru, we decided to take a road trip to Kannur through Mysore forest. A must say that, the drive on the Bengaluru roads are as smooth as cutting through a brick of half melted butter. The IT park, skyscrapers, people and the food, everything makes you want more of it and justify it being called as “the city which never sleeps”.