You’ll be pleasantly surprised if you do decide to travel as a couple. We don’t mean to take you from LA to Vegas. We mean an extended vacation where you are in another country, learning a new language, and taking part in activities that you never imagined.
It is hard work to build relationships, so it is normal for couples to travel together.
Being in a difficult situation can change one’s temperament and lead to miscommunications. Calendar conflicts can lead to conflicting agendas and inability to visit all the sites you want to.
There have been times when one of us wanted to visit an art museum, while the other was only interested in gelato or exploring the city on foot. Keep your eyes open and flexible to the other’s suggestions. This will ensure a smoother journey filled with unexpected surprises.
There are good and bad things in life. We don’t know the value of the bad without it. We don’t know what true happiness looks like without sadness. We don’t appreciate calm and ease without stress and challenge.
Accept the times that you miss the train, or are caught walking 2 miles back home to your villa in the rain. You might stumble upon the most beautiful beach or find your new favorite café!
There will be challenges. Some couples end their relationship. Others, like us, face the test and come out stronger, more in love and better as a team.
It’s certain that you will be able to see your partner’s true colors on the road, and eventually discover if you truly are a match.
On the same note, traveling together as a couple can be a reality – and it’s one of the most memorable and rewarding things you’ll ever do.
We have learned a lot from our travels, which has challenged us and brought us closer to each other (physically, we shared twin beds, but also emotionally).
It is essential that a couple travels together to ensure the strength, happiness, and success of any relationship. Our travels have brought us joy, love and adventure to the most memorable moments of our lives.
We wouldn’t have it any other way, but we can look back at all those difficult moments. These are the moments that enrich your relationship. These are the moments you will remember as the best in your life.
Book a trip with your girlfriend, boyfriend, fiance, husband or wife and have the time of you life. Take on the challenges and learn from them.
Since our 3rd anniversary, we can safely say that our most treasured memories are our travels. While we have done many amazing things together over the years, most of our conversations revolve around our travel experiences. It’s all about the memories and the experiences.