by Moneymax, on category "Lifestyle"
April 3, 2014
There’s just a different feel when you travel with your partner. It’s such a whole new level in your relationship when you experience things and places together. For sure, it will be a truly memorable experience but, you two should consider a lot of things to make it worthwhile. If budget is not an issue or you think you can always maximize your credit card to finance your trip, there are a lot more to think about. Here are valuable travel tips for couples.
Good planning is vital as it leads to more time of having fun and less chance of hassle and overspending. Plan together to minimize the conflict of one may not enjoy the activities as much as the other that can be a potential root of your rift. You don’t want to ruin your getaway, right?
Make a list of what you two like to do together and individually, if there’a big difference, one should compromise. Take advantage of the planning stage because it’s a good way to know your partner better.
Don’t worry about going back to places you both enjoy instead of going somewhere new. It can reduce the stress levels as you are more familiar with the place and it feels home on the road.
It makes sense to keep a credit card or cash in your pocket just in case.
It’s better to have too much than being hassled with too little. Assign yourself or your partner on financial stuff like who will aid for the transportation expense or accommodation. It’s best when you have your travel budget way before your planned vacation.
When you travel with your partner – whether they’re a long-time partner or it’s your first date – you will always discover something new out of each other. Travelling together one of the best ways to find out your partner’s flaws or habits, whether you like it or not because you will spend so much time together closer than usual.
Since you chose to travel as a couple, make it romantic as you can. Schedule a romantic dinner or a cruise or fireworks. The budget and length of time do not matter, find a way to schedule romance.
It’s not necessary that you should be together every minute of your trip. You are still two different individuals. Yes, you traveled as a couple but, it’s always nice when you enjoy a certain time alone. You and your partner can talk about that schedule especially if you’re fond of different things.
For example, you enjoy coffee times while your partner is more of the outdoor-slash-sporty type. It’s great when you can find a perfect coffee place while your partner could spend some time alone in the beach waves. Consider that as break of together-time and more of a ‘me-time’.
Your trip should be your best time to grow as a couple with all the shared memories of places and things you do together. But of course, like any other experience, you will encounter fall backs that can lead to high level of stress. Think of possible flaws of your trip so you could manage it accordingly when it comes.
Be wary about over-thinking the trip or each other. The right amount of balance of things will make your adventure worthwhile. If you’re feeling stressed, take a deep breath and share a hug.
Vacations of any kind is a way of escape to the real world. It’s more special because you travel with the one you love. Cherish each moment you have together – learn about each other, experience things together – take your relationship to a whole new level.
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