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Monday, 2 May 2016

Travelling Couple. (Monday Moments #49)


          They were in front of the Eiffel Tower with their hearts full of love and soul full of travel. As they sat looking at the beauty of the tower, they were drawn back to the novice stage of their relationship. They remembered how they were both passionate about travel. They were introduced to each other by their parents. They knew each other since childhood and so decided to try it out. Both of them had their fears. Both had certain set rules of how they wanted to live their life. They were sure that their significant other wouldn't agree to it and hence there was a lot of hesitation.
          Her dream was to travel the world. She was the CEO of her own start-up company and things were flourishing. She knew that she would take it to an international level. She knew she would still have power over it while she was travelling. Her goals were set. On the other hand, he was a writer. He was a content writer for a firm. His articles were mainly about customer relations and feedback. But, actually he wanted to be a different kind of a writer. He wanted to be a travel writer. 
          They spent some time together. They liked each other's company. Before things could get serious, they knew they had to have the talk. When they both met, they got straight to the point. They both unanimously said, "I want to travel the world." There was a point of silence, after which they started to laugh. In what universe do you find that person who wants the same thing as you do? It was unbelievable and honestly a momentous occasion. People who want different things always get together and end up making compromises. But, this? It was as if they had actually found their soulmate. Their travel soulmate.
          As they talked about it, sitting in the city of romance, after 2 years, they were eternally happy to have found each other. In a world where people forget their passion, they had conquered their passion, love and life. 


(‘Monday Moments’ is a blog series wherein I write about an incident or a moment in a short paragraph. It’s not a story, but just a short description to express and explore the most common joys and also the uncommon miseries.)



7 comments:

  1. Sounds wonderful! Safe and fun travels :-)


    - Rachel | www.theconfusedmillennial.com

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  2. Beautifully written! Very inspiring :)

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  3. Oh my goodness, now I'm so curious! What happens next haha!! I love that, travel soulmate! I feel like my husband is totally my soulmate and travel soulmate. I always call him my travel buddy but soulmate is way better! Great post
    Danielle | AccordingtoD.com

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  4. Puts in words something we'd all like to do. <3

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  5. Such a beautiful post!

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  6. Hii Aishwarya This Was amzing post.i love your blogv

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