Imagine summertime in Paris taking pictures in front of the Eiffel tower and kisses in front of Champs Elysees. Traveling the world is exciting when you’re with your girls, family, etc but traveling is even more spectacular when bae is around! There is nothing more romantic then spending time with the one you love outside of the four walls you two are used to. But, I’m sure that there are a few nerves that are stirred up if it’s the first trip you two are taking together. However that definitely shows that the relationship is moving into a great direction.
Prior to the journey of traveling together with your significant other here are some tips you can take to help prepare yourselves for that first trip together.
Choose a destination you are both interested in– Create a wish list showing countries you would like to visit, and your partner should also create one, too so purchase a nice notebook and fill it with all the places you wish to visit.
Check whether the destination offers what both of you want– As soon as you two have decided upon the destination you will visit look up the activities that both of you would enjoy together.
Plan thoroughly to avoid misunderstandings– When embarking on your travel journey to avoid misunderstandings with your babe talk about budgeting, activities, and cities or nature. Be guided by the budget of the low income partner-Set a budget for the trip knowing how much you two will spend.
Compromise- A relationship doesn’t work without compromising. Make sure you both agree on the hotel, restaurants, etc.
Try something new– Be open minded as a couple to whatever each other wants to do on vacation. Dive in and try new things as a couple!
Try a weekend vacation before a huge excursion so you can get a feel for how you and your honey will be around each other. And, remember to relax enjoy the planning of your getaway have a lot of fun, and be yourselves. Create memories that will last a lifetime that you will never forget with your babe!
This feature was submitted by Ebony Williams
Ebony Williams is a Freelance writer who is living in Maryland with her son. She became a writer after she realized she had a way with words when expressing herself on paper. She realized the healing benefits of writing, as well as the fun it brought. She loves Yoga, putting the pen to the paper, and still loves to read the newspapers with her coffee. She has a degree in Print Journalism from Delaware State University. One of her favorite quotes by the late Maya Angelou “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you.”