Tags archives: couple-travel

10 ways to keep romance alive when traveling with your partner

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To travel long-term with the love of your life might sound like the most romantic thing in the world... And it is. You'll watch thousands of sunsets together. You’ll share the experience of exploring new places and you'll enjoy food, cultures and experiences from all over the world together. But traveling as a couple isn't always romantic. It also means t[...]

Eloping to New York: 10 tips on how to tie the knot when you have a travel bug

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"Walking down the aisle" For many years this term meant one thing to me: carrying my trolley to seat 19A of flight XY1234 and feeling the thrill of the plane take off to my next travel destination. Until last year I didn't understand what was so special about having a wedding ring when you can wear a ring from a souvenir shop in Tanzania and another on[...]

5 Relationship Truths from My Honeymoon Road Trip in Iceland

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‘It’s not worth it!’ The frazzled-looking couple in the red car strained to make their warnings heard over the wailing wind. Through the half-open window, I saw the grave shaking of heads as they cautioned us against the road ahead. ‘The weather is really really bad.’ Exchanging skeptical glances with my husband, I knew he harbored the same question. Hadn[...]

Couples who travel and blog: Sarah & James

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As you know, we have started a series introducing you to our favorite traveling couples. Next up in our spotlight are James and Sarah of the blog “The whole world or nothing” - a couple of full-time travelers and part-time adventurers who encourage anyone reading their blog to follow their dreams and never look back. James & Sarah: The ones who fell[...]

Meet the couple who turned a school bus into a tiny home and road tripped America

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Selima Taibi and Felix Starck aren't just an ordinary couple: They both lead exceptionally creative lives and aren't afraid to dream big. Most recently, they turned a school bus into a loft and then road tripped America together with their dog Rudi. Felix is a filmmaker ("Pedal the World"), Selima, who is called Mogli most of the time, works as a singer-song[...]

Couples who travel & blog: Romy and Luke

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As you know, we have started a series introducing you to our favorite traveling couples. Next up in our spotlight are Romy and Luke of the blog “Tag Along Travellers”, a couple whose motto is "dream, believe and make it happen!" Romy & Luke: Traveling instead of wedding-planning Though Romy and Luke come from a very small country, they’ve already t[...]

Couples who travel & blog: Aimee and Paul

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As you know, we have started introducing you to our favorite traveling couples and decided to make this a series. Next up in our spotlight are Aimee and Paul of the blog “Snap Happy Travel”: an Irish girl and an English guy with a passion for backpacking and each other. Paul & Aimee: the European backpackers What I love the most about travel (and l[...]

Couples who travel and blog: Matt & Rachel

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As you know, we have started a series where we introduce you to some of our favorite travel-blogging couples. Next up in our spotlight are Rachel and Matt of the beautiful “Across land and sea”: a couple of Londoners who left everything behind, back in June, to go travel the world. Matt and Rachel: The gap-year adventurers “Before June 2016, Matt &[...]

Couples Who Travel and Blog: Darren & Shelley

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As you know, we have started introducing you to our favorite traveling couples and decided to make this a series. Next up in our spotlight are Shelley and Darren of the blog “Finding Beyond”: a thirty-something travel obsessed couple from London. Shelley and Darren: Traveling beyond expectations Darren and Shelley’s traveling adventure started more tha[...]

Meet the young Caribbean couple who run a farm in Curacao

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When I visited Curacao last week, I bumped into Josh and Femi Peiliker, a young couple who decided to move back to their home country after having lived and studied in Amsterdam for five years. When you're from a tiny Caribbean island and in your mid twenties, that in itself is quite unusual. But not just that: They also decided to start a farm and a farm-to[...]