Honeymoon is the time to erect long-lasting memories. All newlyweds wish to celebrate the special days of their life amidst the tranquility and visit to visit more places during the trip. Moving to the Southernmost tip of India, Kerala is the most flourishing travel destination for the honeymooners. The untamed beauty of nature along with the pleasing climate that prevailing in the land is the main piece of attraction in Kerala. A trip to Kerala with your beloved to start the new love life is really cherishing. In order to spend cozy time with your partner, you need to travel to the offbeat destinations in Kerala that are ideal to explore since they are the least explored by the couples visiting Kerala or their honeymoon.
The group Lower Than Life has a song titled Here we go. One line says:
It’s early morning. The ocean air floats through an open window. The quaint fisherman town of Costa Brava waits outside. Her lover still sleeps under the white sheets. She feels a sudden surge of inspiration and leaps to her feet. An empty bottle of Rioja sits atop the bistro table on the terrace. She slides it aside and sets up her canvas to paint. The first difficult decision of the day; what to paint? The scene outside her window offers too much for the eye. Should she paint the terra-cotta roof tiles that roll to the sea, the jagged cliffs, the woman across the street fixing her ebony hair? The beauty is boundless and consuming. Staring out at the golden, medieval fortress that embraces the sea, she grabs a brush soaking inside a wine glass. She pulls every glimmer of light out of the water and pours it onto the canvas. A pair of gulls glide across the lingering clouds. She watches, then follows on the heels of freedom and strolls the cobblestone streets. Finding the right fit to dine alfresco is not an easy choice. The archaic stone walls of ‘Por Babor’ beckon her with the promise of inspiration. However she had another kind of inspiration in mind that’s only achieved through the tongue. The burgundy awning brandishing the name ‘El Galeo’ hovers over a few silver tables covered by white cloth. She stops, comforting herself with spontaneity, and sits. In the absence of distraction, lost memories and inspirations come rushing in. She welcomes a glass of Cava and watches the happy people walk by. The effervescent language rolls around her as easily as the bubbles in here drink. The warm breeze, alive with the scent of tapas, catches her hair. She inhales deeply like an asthmatic would their inhaler. A passing waiter brushes her shoulder and she smiles. She’s carefree and finding that look in her eyes. A look that’s absorbed in the luxury of absentmindedness. This is bliss.
Many travellers desire the sun blazing down on their pale skin as they lay on a white, sandy beach with a good book and a cocktail. I can see the attraction, especially at a harsh time like this, but what we could all use right now is a miracle full of magic and wonder.
The one thing that I look forward to most is my wedding day. I dreamed of the day that my fiance would propose to me and I would whip out a monica-style binder like in friends and start planning as soon as it happened. I did things similar to that, but thanks to Pinterest I did not have to make a binder. Now, I imagined wearing my white dress and walking down the aisle to meet my to-be husband. However, I would be lying if that's all I have been looking forward to all my life. I have been looking forward to my honeymoon more because it would be a great vacation with the one person you love in the world most and annoying relatives would stay behind. I always wanted to go to Hawaii as my honeymoon destination, even though I have been there before.
Can you believe it's May already? Just in two weeks I was supposed to be at the Boston Calling Festival having the time of my life. Meanwhile we are all stuck at home. Trip was cancelled, obviously...
I keep on working harder than ever. It feels like everyone is enjoying their time at home and wasting time binge watching Netflix while I'm busier than ever.
Ah, Bethel, Alaska. There are few places on Earth quite like this haven of romance and wonder. To be honest, my wife and I want to retire there one day. The largest community on the Kuskokwin River is also its friendliest, cleanest and most charming (no offense!) Bethel is also the largest community in western Alaska, not to mention the ninth largest in the state.
So anyone who has read any of my other pieces about living in a van will know all about it. But for those of you who don’t, let me fill you in. My wife, cat, dog and I went full time in our van on the 1st March. We wanted to travel, see the world and explore the beauty and majesty of Great Britain. It’s now the 24th March and the country is on full lockdown. All non-essential travel has been banned. We are allowed out for one type of exercise per day and to shop for essentials.
My wife and I are really sensible people. We always do the safe, reasonable thing. We had fun, but we never really had an adventure. We had jobs, a house, a cat and a dog, and we always did the sensible thing. Until one year, everything went wrong. There were several deaths in our families, we were forced out of our house and had to move across the country. So eventually we decided that we should do something fun, maybe take a really nice holiday. Well between work, moving and attending a record number of funerals; that didn’t happen. So we decided to be sensible, as we always are. We decided to keep as much money as we could in the savings. But really quickly that money started disappearing. The dog got sick; the car needed its MOT, and we needed a new bed. And we like food, so a not insignificant portion of the money was going on takeaways and wine. So we were frittering it, it’s an old word but an accurate one. And we didn’t want to spend all our savings on pizza and alcohol. Well, we did, but we knew we shouldn’t. Because that wasn’t, say it with me, sensible.