Love affair!


I have always loved the cold places, the hills. While I have always wanted to travel around the world, given a choice I always chose cold places. With this love on one side, I did not particularly enjoy beaches. I know how that sounds but I had my reasons. The twist in my story was that I dated a guy who loved beaches. He is the cupid of my love affair with the sea. We visited Goa in monsoon and pondicherry during onset of winter. I fell in love and I don’t mind marrying the beach, haha. If that’s what it takes to be at a beach whenever I want, not such a bad idea? Sunset at the beach is everyone’s favorite. For me, it is what happiness means. While sky has always been my muse, beach sky is a site to behold. My heart is still at the paradise beach in pondicherry, no kidding. Even talking about this makes me so happy and it also makes me long a trip to beach. We are stuck in a stay-at-home situation and sometimes it gets very bad for me mentally. I keep myself in a check by remembering that these problems are not as bad as what some others are facing. But, mental health is not something that is small, I know that too. Weird how a simple thought of a beach trip can solve all my problems and be the bane of all my problems as well. I mean I did not even like beaches to start with! Let me show off my love and hope that you guys will fall in love too. The more, the merrier πŸ˜‰

40 thoughts on “Love affair!

  1. Dude our lobsters have so much in common…just like you I have always fancied myself as a hills and mountains person but my MR is always headed towards the beach and I follow…and over the years I have also developed a fondness for it…. watching a sunrise anywhere is not happening for me, so I do watch the sun set and the many hues of it πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ–οΈβ›±οΈ

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    • Ahhhhh this makes me happy that not just them but both of us are so similar too!!! Haha. The only time i can wake up early is for a sunrise. Never otherwise. Here’s to many more mountains and beach trips sooooon.

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  2. Both are different types of people. The beach people are supposed to be the easy mixing extroverts, while the hill folks are supposed to be philosophical introverts. Only from what I read.

    If that’s true – It’s interesting how our habits get changed by influence of our loved ones.
    If I were to believe in the classification above, then the introverts can be converted to extroverts through influence of good company, which seems a logically possibly personality shift.
    I wonder if a beach lover ever got converted to hill lover, which indeed seems a more difficult change to embrace.

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    • Omg. Never thought it this way. At all. Nice take. But I think it does not apply to us. I am an extrovert and philosophical and I love the hills. He is an introvert and loves the beach! Haha he is a hill lover too now, we have both adapted πŸ™‚ i really liked this fresh take on it. Thank you for sharing.


    • You’re right Deb, mountain lovers can extend their love for the beaches but I haven’t been it happening the other way round… interesting point πŸ€”


  3. Marry the beach… Hmmm… All good until sand gets in places it was never meant to get. πŸ˜€

    We went to Hawaii on our honeymoon. I’d LOVE to live someplace like that. Allergies totally kicked my butt the whole time we were there though… and I STILL wish we could live there.

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  4. Though I am not basically a “beach person” but a “mountain person” and love cold places as you did. But I love traveling so much and ofcourse the beach sunset as if purifies my soul!!😊

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