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Pix: How to honeymoon like a newly wed couple

Last updated on: March 13, 2019 11:11 IST

Toronto-based Indian couple Mani and Darsh believe that life is an endless adventure.

Dubai-born Mani met India's Darsh at McMaster University in Canada 2005.

A year later, they fell in love and started travelling together.

During these travels, the duo discovered how they shared the common wanderlust for adventure.

They married in 2015 but love to believe they are 'newlyweds' who are always on a honeymoon.

'We are newlyweds but have been traveling together for over 10 years,' the Toronto-based couple shared on their website.

Through their Instagram account MDOutofOffice, Mani and Darsh share interesting lessons and tips for first-time travellers, couples and solo backpackers.

Mani and Darsh

IMAGE: Mani and Darsh are currently settled in Toronto. They help design exciting travel packages which include adventure, hiking and local date ideas for international travellers. Photographs: Mani and Darsh/Instagram

Mani and Darsh

IMAGE: The couple wants to make every moment count. Photographs, they feel have a recall value, the ability to take you back to the moment, the place and the emotions.

Mani and Darsh

IMAGE: While they are mostly seeking adventure to learn and experience new things, people and places, here they are at Ulun Danu Beratan Temple in Bali which according to them is one of the most peaceful places on Earth.

Mani and Darsh

IMAGE: Sometimes they have a third companion. Their dog Veer shares their love for adventure and hiking.
This picture is from their hike to Rattesnake point in Toronto, Canada. But they recommend everyone to add Yosemite, Banff and Antelope Canyon to your hiking bucketlist.

Mani and Darsh

IMAGE: Sharing this picture on a boat on Maya Bay in Thailand, Darsh wrote that life is an adventure and that he is just a lucky passenger.

Mani and Darsh

IMAGE: When they are not travelling to exotic locations, the duo explore local food, music and art, which they feel is an important way to understand different cultures.

Mani and Darsh

IMAGE: In one of her posts Mani explained how she is sometimes judged by people for the clothes she wears.
'If words control you that means everyone else can control you. BREATHE and allow things to PASS,' she suggests.

Mani and Darsh

IMAGE: This is Darsh and Mani clicked on their wedding day in Brampton, Canada.
'One day your life will flash before your eyes, make sure it's worth watching,' the couple wrote on Instagram.

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