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30 Jan 2016

The decision to get married was tough enough, but then to expect me to decide where to go for the honeymoon was just impossible! I had always wanted to go to Greece, but since I did not have a passport, I realized that my honeymoon would have to be spent in India. When I shared this with my fiancé, he came up with the brightest of all solutions; honestly, I didn’t even think he had it in him to think of such a lovely idea. He proposed that we go off to The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the white sand beaches of which are as close to resembling the Greek Islands as nowhere else in India. So we started to look for the perfect Honeymoon Resorts in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, and came across a few that looked good enough but nothing too spectacular. But then we came across one on Havelock Islands, and out of all the Havelock Island Hotels, this was the most spectacular one. It had a private beach, and charming cottages that were completely modernized from the inside. But the prospect of staying so close to the beach is what won me over completely. I mean, what could be better than this, right? Imagine waking up to the sounds of the waves crashing over each other, the sea breeze ruffling your hair as you walk hand in hand with your spouse before tucking into a huge breakfast! I have heard that the food here is quite great, and since seafood is a huge favourite for both of us, this trip is going to be one food fest after another.

Their website was quite extensive, and full of all the required info that a person might need before booking, along with attractive images of the property as well as the hotel rooms, lobby, beach and other areas. I loved the décor of the room, it was so charming and yet so contemporary. I could take a pointer or two from here, before I actually started decorating my own home. This trip is sure going to have a lot of potential. I can look forward to getting to know my husband, and vice versa. Also, since both of us love to explore, the caves and lagoons nearby would be a good option for smaller, walking tours that we can embark on ourselves. This is what I probably always wanted, but just didn’t realize. The shaded pathways, fringed by swaying coconut palms, the sand tickling my feet, and the balmy sea breeze that smells so sweet. Who needs Greece, when you have the Honeymoon Resorts in Andaman and Nicobar Islands! Stay tuned to find out how the resort turned out to be. Unitl next time, then!




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