Hindi Colors

Yes, I was there: in the Photogrphers Paradise. During November 2015, I spent three weeks on bicycle in the south-east of India. Follow me on an unique tour starting at the megacity of Mumbai and a short "becoming acquainted" session in the province of Goa. On a lot of rural roads we've seen spirital temples and traditinal villages we got close acquaintances to the local people and finally at the famous Kerala Backwaters we learned mutch about the traditional life of the South Indian people.

Mumbai/Goa/Karnataka/Kerala November 2015

  • Mumbai

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    Starting at the real megacity Mumbai (former Bombay) on Nov 5th, I felt immediately in the photographer's paradise: An endless symphony of colors and odors mixed with the dizzying bustle in the streets of the historical Bombay and thousands of friendly and inquisive Indian residents ... what an adventure!

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  • Goa

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    Waying palms, white sands and sparkling waters: the three essential elements that attract 2 million visitors annually to Goa’s balmy shores are plentiful in this tiny, glorious slice of India hugging the country’s western coastline and bounded by the Arabian Sea.

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  • Rural India

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    After becoming acquainted with the Indian country and people at two more or less touristic hotspots, we left the tourist tracks and startet to explore the rural life from quite different perspectives. See the Tour Map to follow our cycling tracks.

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  • Kerala Backwaters

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    Between the classical colonial styled town of Fort Kochi and the Venice like shady streets of Alappuzha (Alleppey) one can find an amazing grid of canals and lakes that spill into the watery highways of Kerala.

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Tour conception and guidance: Indien Erfahren (German), Frank Richter and Cycle South India (English), Josey

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