#Keralablogexpress: Vote me for going to India!

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Hi everybody! 
As many of you probably knows, I'm in a contest for an amazing experience: a blog tour in India!
So let's talk about especially because, you can help me! 

As the name of this post said, the name of this blogtour is indeed: Kerala Blog Express. It is an initiative from Kerala Tourism that offers to travel blogger an amazing experience in Kerala: two week road trip among this wonderful region of India! Another great thing of this experience is that travel bloggers will come to all over the world! You know how much I love to travel and dicovering a new place, and you know also how i like to do it with travel company that i don't know yet!When i've read all of this dream's stuff, i decided to take part to this competition and so... here I am! I've passed the firs step, so now, you can help me, because the second part of selections are about votes, so..... 

 Enjoy this photo which comes from their website, and if you wanted to make a girl happy just vote for me and if you can, share this link with all the people that you know, who just has facebook! (Actually, you can vote throught your facebook account!)

Munnar,a hillstation in the Idukki district of Kerala

Backwaters: The emerald waters of forty-four spectacular rivers crisscross the length and breadth of the State. A journey down the backwaters of Kerala is a fascinating experience.

Ayurveda: Sprouted in the pristine land of India some 5000 years ago, Ayurveda, the science of life and longevity, is the oldest healthcare system in the world and it combines the profound thoughts of medicine and philosophy

Athirapally Falls: At Athirapally Falls, you have an appointment with Nature. You are sure to enjoy the gush of water plunging 80 feet and the gurgle of Chalakudy River.

Wildlife: In the lush green forests of Kerala are twelve wildlife sanctuaries and two national parks that house some of the rarest species of flora and fauna.

Kathakali: Kathakali, a classical Indian dance-drama, is an interesting watch, even for those who don't understand the language.

Chinese Fishing Nets: The huge cantilevered Chinese fishing nets that droop towards the waters like over-sized hammocks have become a hallmark that represents Fort Kochi on the tourist map

Alappuzha: Rustic life on the backwaters of Alappuzha

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