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Alleppey Canals Village Life, Kerala Backwaters
India
Cruising along the Alleppey canals (Kerala Backwaters) in a small rowing boat, checking out the village life is a very relaxing experience. Mostly women are along its banks doing laundry, but there are a few enjoying fishing and going along the walkway paths along the canal's banks. From time to time there are kids yelling hello to you and swimming too.
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