Yogyakarta is one of the most underrated honeymoon destinations

In developing countries like the countries of Indian subcontinent, a woman believes her life is done once she gets married and a man believes that his life is done when he gets a job/inherits a small business or start making money in any immoral way.

Rajesh Tripathi (name changed) is a 35 year old Indian man who was born in New Delhi and shifted to Bengaluru, Karnataka just about 4 years ago. Rajesh got married to his second cousin when he was 26. That’s how it works in South India, most marriages are held between the first and second cousins. Maybe more than 40%.

Rajesh Tripathi used to be a freeloader raccoon before getting married. His parents were always worried about him and his one and only sister too would always taunt him in order to make him find a job or start a small business.

Rajesh Tripathi went to Yogyakarta for the honeymoon with his wife. They found the best paket wisata jogja company (Jogja tour package company) and their honeymoon couldn’t have been better.

Rajesh’s wife was pregnant by the time they came back from the honeymoon. The news of becoming a father literally made Rajesh jumping to and fro in excitement. Before Rajesh just used to know how to function and how to operate, that’s all. He had no creative potential. He used to be a spectator, that’s all.

Rajesh experienced very extreme pains, rejection and tough times throughout his teen life and that’s what made him dull. Rajesh has some stupid beliefs and he believes that killing plants is murder. During his teenage years, he used to live next to a slaughterhouse, he couldn’t breathe the air there, the river was so polluted as well. He considers that to be one of the worst times in his life.