The Cover Story focuses on couple cozy getaway. The marriage season is coming up, as are the holidays, festivals and celebrations. Whether you are planning a honeymoon, or not. We have some lovely ideas to get you into the mood and grab some "just you and me" time with your partner. There are places so isolated it may be tough for you to locate them on the map! Danish heritage jams up with singing waves to create one of the quaintest and quietest of corners in India. Overlooking snow peaks and valleys, this hilltop settlement preserves traditional Newari architecture and offers serenity under the sun and absolutely nothing else. Perfect for lovers. But if you are the types who wonders what couples do with each other after the first few days on an isolated honeymoon then we have just the stuff to excite you. The Plus List has ten off beat, yet romantic ideas, for things to do together. Enjoy a desert safari in the Rann of Kutch, or plan a dinner for two at the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur; you can even take cooking lessons together in the middle of a spice plantation in Kerala, or simply opt for a moonlit walk at Radhanagar Beach in the Andamans... We have features on some soft, romantic destinations: the charming Florence, the lovely Mashobra in Himachal, the luxurious destination spa Ananda in the Himalayas, and Mauritius, where you can find every shade of blue in the colour wheel and where tinsel townâs latest âgetting ready to marryâ couple Kareena and Saif cozied up for a shoot. But, the real couple coup in this issue is the travelogue of Kanika and Jwalant Mahadevwala, young architects who travelled to India from London over land! Covering 21,000 km and 15 countries, this couple spent two months travelling together.
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