During my college days, I had this philosophy that there are 3 important pillars in each relationship which needs continuous effort from both the partners.
Monetary pillar, gone are the days when men use to earn money and women were treated as homemakers. Today in so many relationships woman earns more than their partner.
Physical pillar, this does not mean that you have to be the most attractive person in the World, this pillar symbolises that you have to be physically present whenever your partner needs you beside them.
Emotional Pillar, who said men can’t cry, even the macho needs emotional support from their partners, be it discussing their office politics or their emotional turbulence.
After our marriage this philosophy got its revised updated edition, with an added pillar of TRAVEL. We both made a vow to each other that we will try to travel at least once a month after marriage. We both feel that travelling as a couple is something you must do to have a happy relationship. Travelling together as a couple is important to experience new places, to resolve emotional issues, to plan for future and to understand the importance of real conversations with your partner.
As year 2020 is approaching, we want to share a list of 20 places where you can travel with your partner. We have been to all these places in last 2 years and 8 months of our marriage and we will wish that you are able to visit a few of them next year.
1. Krang Suri Falls (Meghalaya)
It is one of the most scenic and beautiful waterfall of Meghalaya. Trust us, you will fall in love with it and never wanna come out of it.
2. Khardungla Pass (Leh, Ladakh)
It is a pass on the highest motorable road in the world. Before the road was made, vehicles used to cross a bridge which was made on a pile of snow and if snow melted, it was not possible to go on other side.
3. Patal Bhuvaneshwar (Uttarakhand)
If you are religious then you will love this place and if you are not then you will still fall in love with it. There is a 160 meter (approx) long and 90 feet deep cave which is believed to open in Pataal (hell) from multiple points.
4. Sam Sand dunes, Jaisalmer (Rajasthan)
If you want to experience adventure then go to Sam Sand dunes for Camel and Jeep safari, sleep under the stars in a tent in Thar Desert and dance with locals on their folk music over bonfire.