Nov 7, 2012

The Do’s and Don’ts of Travelling Together As a Duo – Guest post | Vallarta Escapes
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Written by : William Michael| 0 | Travel
English: Women travelling in Kordofan. This is...

English: Women travelling in Kordofan. This is an image of Baggara women travelling by oxen (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

After many years of travelling solo…I remember my first trip travelling as partner in a relationship and learned somegreat lessons for future trips and a few from my other friends and travelling companions over the years! Sure the idea of heading off to an exotic local and hiking into unseen splendor, braving the weather conditions and “bathroom” facilities,otherwise known as squatter toilets and eating meals with chopsticks or your fingers seemed like the ultimate shared adventure…the real challenge of vacationing together is spending every minute together for the long periods ahead 7,14, 21 days or for some even 60 to 365 days straight. If you think your relationship is up to the test, do yourselves a favor and take some of my hard-learned and well adhered travel tips.

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