Nature's remedy

Woolley, Michael
May 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;5/25/2007, Issue 49, p18
Trade Publication
The article describes the scenery and ambiance of Kerala, India which is considered a good destination for travelers. The place is called God's own country by Indians, which consist of rivers and lake land state situated in the south-west corner of India. Kerala is the land of coconut palms, lakes and a center of houseboats, and Ayuverdic treatment is known to be the oldest system of healing to humankind.


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