Thrissur Homestay with AestheticHoliday

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Thrissur Homestay

Thrissur Homestay with AestheticHoliday

When you talk about Thrissur Homestay, AestheticHoliday is the first choice. AestheticHoliday is a serviced villa with all modern amenities, and it is not just a homestay. It is ideally suited for small groups of about 10 to 20 people. The ambience is ideal for small parties and we have a swimming pool in the courtyard. AestheticHoliday is situated in a 4-acre nutmeg orchard. There are 3 AC bedrooms and 2 Non-AC rooms. The majority of our clients are groups attending weddings in Thrissur or NRI families visiting their relatives in Thrissur. If you are looking for a homestay in Thrissur, do contact us.

About Thrissur Homestay

Thrissur is situated in the centre of the state of Kerala and is also known as the Cultural Capital of Kerala because of its cultural, spiritual and religious leanings throughout history. The district hosts the Thrissur Pooram carnival, the most colourful and magnificent temple festival in Kerala. The festival is held at the Thekkinkadu grounds in April or May. Thrissur has a large number of well-known temples including the Vadakkumnathan temple, Thiruvambadi Sri Krishna Temple and Paramekkavu temple, and the Guruvayur temple as well as two famous churches, the Our Lady of Lourdes Syro-Malabar Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral and the Our Lady of Dolours Syro-Malabar Catholic Basilica. Thrissur homestay is located in this exotic location.

AestheticHoliday and Thrissur Homestay

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Wineries of Niagara – part 1

Wineries of Niagara

Wineries of Niagara

My Mom makes wine. Her wine was the only wine I got to drink for a long time till I got hooked to the taste of Chilean wine served on Emirates flights. I am not a connoisseur of fine wines and I may not be able to differentiate red from white if blindfolded. But ever since I tasted the real thing, I tried to convince my Mom that what she makes is not wine, but fermented grape juice.


A wine Checkerboard.

Today after tasting wines from many of the picturesque wineries strewn over the Niagara region, I learnt many new things about the art of winemaking. I am more or less sure my Mom’s sugar syrup tastes not so “winey” not because of the grapes of Thrissur being different from the grapes of Ontario or the hot humid winds from the Athirappilly waterfalls being different from dry cool winds from Niagara falls. I have some theories and some suggestions for the “mallu” winemakers.

Wine stored in oak barrels

Wine stored in oak barrels


But first, let me summarize what I learnt today: Aroma contributes to 40% of the taste. So next time smell it before you gulp it down. The taste of the wine depends on the climatic conditions during harvest. The 2012 wines are the best lot in Ontario. The wine gets its fruity flavour from the oak wine barrels. Canadian oak is hard and not suitable for this purpose. So here they get it from US or France. Both give distinct flavours. When you smell the wine, it may remind you of some fruit based on your experience or “your memory database”. Do you know which fruit it reminded me of? Will be back with this soon.

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