Find a Lover
Before going on a couple’s adventure, unfortunately you need to find one 😛 . Notice that I didn’t name this section traveling with a boyfriend, fiancé or a husband. A lover can be a friend. Someone that you feel comfortable and drama free with. That buddy that, when you need affection, or a good cuddle, a text is enough to Netflix and chill.
A lover could be someone you met and hooked up with a year ago on that family trip to Argentina. You happened to Facebook each other and even though years had passed you both still remembered how good the sex was. So why not a visit? And yes, a lover could be that guy (that doesn’t matter how many Insta famous people walked by you in the streets of New York) you just can’t wait to go on that trip with to Bed, Bath & Beyond to get those curtains.
Once you find it
Hit the road. It can be to a distant land or a local hike. Just go. Traveling by yourself can be revealing, but traveling with someone you love, well, that should be the life of all. I had the pleasurable gift of traveling with someone I loved for four months through Europe and the Middle East. Couple Traveling creates memories and experiences that bind you to that person forever. It’ll not matter if the relationship ends good or bad, because you’ll always have that picture with the Eiffel Tower in the background. It’s a constant high.
Regardless of how beautiful and life changing it can be, it brings challenges of its own. Here you’ll find posts with valuable information and advice from other couples and myself on how to deal with, and prepare, when traveling with a lover.
“Lovers don’t finally meet somewhere. They are in each other all along”-Rumi