Have you traveled solo? Well my travel adventures as an adult actually started with solo traveling, more out of compulsion than out of choice. But soon I was in love with it as it gave me absolute freedom about what I did, whom I spoke to to, what food I ate, where I stayed, but most importantly it allowed me to evolve my own style of travel with much experimentation.
|Traveling together brings intensity in a relationship...|
But all this changed when I traveled outside the country for the first time to be with my favorite person in the world. The battle was intense as I really had to fight my way through the visa office which was hell bent on keeping me within India. I won the battle and flew to the country of wine, history, pizza and mafia!
She came to the far off airport to receive me and within minutes I decided that solo travel can take a back-seat for the next few years. Over the next two weeks we explored the country together - sometimes arguing, but always letting the experiences soak us in the destination itself. Over countless bottles of wine (some directly from bottle) and long walks in beautiful alleys, our bond became stronger than ever. I had always thought that I knew lots about travel, but this was certainly a new experience for me.
So here are my THREE fun tips for traveling with your better half!
|Goodbyes are tough but they are also a new beginning...|
So do you have any tips on traveling with your partner as well? Do share them in the comments or write me an email - I would love to include your voice as well here :)
If you are up for trying out these fun tips, and it's time to pick the right destination as well. Here's an unusual one - Iceland and it's bound to add even more adventure to your couple travels. Read this guide to know more - Honeymoon trip to Iceland.
And in case you are still in doubt about these tips, here's an a perfect article for you - Why couples should travel?