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KERALA, INDIA- I want to GO!!!!!!!!!!KERALA, INDIA- I want to go!God's Own Country, Kerala, IndiaOut of the five states lying south of Maharashtra, Kerala has the charm and grandeur which equals natural beauties distributed over the globe. Kerala boasts of the beaches of Hawaii, the vales of Switzerland, the wildlife of Africa, the festivals of Spain, the boat races of Singapore, the waterfalls of North America, the health resorts of Phuket and the backwaters of Venice. Out of all these heavenly places, the interconnected backwaters mesmerise you the most and take you closest to the lives of Keralites.The backwaters in Kerala are in fact a network of rivers, streams, creeks, lagoons, canals and tanks that occupy the alluvial plain between the Indian Ocean and the Western Ghats and run the length along the coast from Kollam (Quilon) to Kochi (Cochin). Lined by coconut palms and paddy fields, the backwaters give an almost uniquely quite view of the village life in Kerala, impossible to get while travelling by road.Kerala, IndiaBy Bill McKibbenKerala is a very easy place to simply sit back and enjoy. The name means "land of coconuts," and the palms shade nearly the entire state from the tropical sun; many call the beach at Kovalam the best in India; visitors can spend a day riding small ferries through the backwater lagoons or watching elephants cavort in the wildlife sanctuaries; the spicy food may be the best vegetarian cuisine on the planet. But for me, the real reason to visit Kerala, which lies at the southwestern tip of the subcontinent, is for the intellectual adventure: Kerala is a bizarre anomaly among developing nations, a place that offers real hope for the future of the Third World. Consider: This small state in India, though not much larger than Maryland, has a population as big as California's and a per capita annual income of less than $300. But its infant mortality rate is low, its literacy rate among the highest on Earth, and its birthrate below America's and falling faster. Kerala's citizens live nearly as long as Americans or Europeans. Though mostly a land of paddy-covered plains, statistically Kerala stands out as the Mount Everest of social development; there's truly no place like it.In the mornings, from nearly anywhere in Kerala, you can hear loud music from the Hindu temples, wailing muezzins at the mosques, and church bells ringing at the cathedrals. Religious tolerance is just one reason for Kerala's success. The state government has effected sweeping land reforms and spends almost half of its budget on health and education. A heritage of female-headed households means women have always been equal participants here. Unlike almost everywhere else in Asia, women outnumber men in Kerala, suggesting that there has been no selective abortion or female infanticide. Kerala is not a quiet spot. It has a rate of newspaper readership that is among the highest in the world and plenty of never-ending political arguments. Parades of striking bus drivers or medical students or kathakali dancers block traffic in the capital of Trivandrum almost daily. But for me, that engagement with the world is one of the best things about the place. Keralites meet you on more or less equal terms, with neither the subservience nor the rage you'll find in much of the Third World. Kerala is a place to meander: Simply take a bus from Trivandrum or Cochin out to almost any village and spend a day wandering the dikes between the rice paddies and rubber trees, seeing how half the world still lives: men and women stooping to cut rice with sickles, or spreading coconut along the road to dry; water buffalo wallowing in the irrigation ditches; every inch of ground cultivated; every small field lined with palms; a place where little is wasted. It's also a place that works, and in poor, rural Asia, that alone would make Kerala a paradise. The breeze rustling the palm fronds is just a bonus.

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I AM AFRAID OF mosquitoes! Not afraid of Mike Branson.

Italian and Portuguese- 70/30

Places I love: New Orleans, Paris, San Diego, Italy, South Africa, Latin America

BS and BFA (Undergrad) /Columbia University graduate stud(ent). Escaped the WTC and now I'm an EZ board/Yuku fugitive on the run. Animal lover/rescuer. Don't hate me for being bootyful. I have a twin sister. She rocks my world.

Freelance Writer, Event coordinator, certified Rescuer for the Humane Society. I love what I do. Most of the time. I like to play dumb sometimes to weed out evil people. Evil peeps are easy to weed out that way. Is that weird? lol

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I am all about the love. Corny McCornerson. Who has time to hate? I once had a vision of Mr. Slippery. What could have been...

My animals: Lickety, Fallon, Brando, MENELEUS, Dexter Colby, Gibralter and Thaddeus.

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    Mister Slippery

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    so we on for next saturday night? bring your younger brother!

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    Reply from MidnightPrince69:

    Yeah, we are on. Get the sling out. I'm verbal, demanding, and like to wear uniforms. I have a BIG one. I may be 5'9", but I'm packing. I'll bring my Texan Sexan bf, Rod. He's big, he's built, and he can kick some major ass. lol

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