Travel Tips for Couples. Traveling as a couple is a lot different than traveling solo. As a solo traveler, I can’t really relate as I’m single and haven’t really traveled long-term with my significant other.
Spending the whole time in bed. If the relationship is new, everything turns you on. A gorgeous hotel room, breathtaking view, and a mini bar will definitely do it.
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All great tips! I’ve learned many of these the hard way. I’d also include carrying some stomach meds in that first aid kit, just in case. They’re usually easy to find in big cities but might be tougher if you’re in more rural areas or traveling on a day stores are closed.
Thailand is a romantic destination, no doubt about it. Secluded beaches, amazing nature, top hotels… The perfect getaway for lovebirds and honeymooners. An interesting fact is that most of the couples don’t spend much time in Bangkok, what is a