“Cause’ anywhere is paradise when you’re with the one you love” – Stefan Andersson in ‘Anywhere is Paradise’.
I melted inside when I heard they toured Europe together! Travelling together with that special someone sure is nice (it’s really nice!) You get to experience the wonderful sights and sounds, meet hospitable locals and learn more about the unique cultures of our world just like any other vacation but you get to do so with someone who you are comfortable with and happy to be around. (:
Travelling together bonds you two with a unique experience shared between the two of you and no one else. And that’s the private and special bond we all look for with our special someone isn’t it? Memories belonging to just the two of you, and no one else. A little shout-out here to our LoveByte users – go ahead and record it all in your Timeline, from your first step in a foreign airport to visiting a museum, first village tour/stay and even your first foreign dessert/beer together! (:
By travelling together you also become mutually dependent, and never were you two this dependent on each other. Take care of each other’s needs, make each other happy and learn from each other. Broaden your perspectives and make your journey together an enriching one for the mind and for the soul. Consider the non-conventional travel itinerary – instead of shopping, go for local cooking/yoga classes together, visit villages and interact with the locals to learn more about the lived everyday culture there. (: Learn together and you will grow together – as individuals and as couples.
Picking a “right” destination is important. Every country, state, city/town/village can bring you and your partner an experience unlike any other. No place is superior to others, hence I’m not recommending any destinations in particular. Really, it’s all a matter of individual taste and preference. There’s always something for everyone. Hence, a “right” destination is dependent on both your partner’s and your preference and how comfortable you see both of you settling there for a few days or weeks. Travelling is about personal growth and it’s a life-enriching experience. Through travelling, you and your partner are able to grow together, learn more about each other’s tastes, preferences, and spend awesome time together. For what’s left of this Christmas season/vacation, consider going for a trip! (Even a day trip to the neighbouring state or country can be super awesome!)
Have fun! (:
With Christmas Love,
LoveByte Cupid :3