Both Saptarshi and his husband Adil are both travel lovers. And the stay and the food made this trip all that more special. Road trips are possibly one of the most romantic ways to travel, and the drive to Alleppey with Adil, made it all that more special for him, as Saptarshi admits.
Saptarshi further adds, “We stayed at an Airbnb property on the beach, where we had our private beach, which was adjoining the fishermen community beach. The best part of the trip was how laid back it was and how we just sat on the beach gazing at the waves, doing nothing” As they say, silence speaks a thousand words, and when your partner is beside you, words aren’t necessarily needed.
After Alleppey, the couple visited Fort Kochi. Saptarshi admits that the little island cast its magical spell on them. The quaint lanes, the little houses, the amazing cafés and needless to say the food, it all made the trip one of the best they had taken. Äbout connecting on a different level while traveling, Saptarshi says, “ What I learnt about him in this trip was how much we both were connected even spiritually. We went to the Fort Kochi synagogue there, and despite not knowing anything about Judaism or its tenets, we both felt an overwhelming sense of peace there”.
The very endearing sneak peek into their lives can be found on their handles @saptarshimitra and @_adilshahzad
These stories simply go to say, that travel is such an amazing way to know your partner up close and personal. And love in all its formats is pure and true. Maybe its just our perspective that is stopping many of us to see things the way they are... simple and pure.
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