After flood, tourism in India’s Kerala left mud-bound

A motorboat moves past a row of empty houseboats in a tributary of the Pamba river following floods in Alappuzha district in the southern state of Kerala, India, August 24, 2018. REUTERS/Sivaram V

NEW DELHI/ALAPPUZHA (Reuters) – More than a week after the floodwater began subsiding, animal carcasses are still floating in Kerala‚Äôs backwaters, and in places a nauseating stench rises like a wall when the wake from a passing boat breaks the surface. These inland lagoons running parallel to the coast are one of the biggest tourist […]

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