Posts Tagged ‘couples on the road’

True Nomads

True Nomads is a reflective, almost philosophical travel blog written by Cooper and his wife Jill, a couple who rest in Saipan and live on the road.

The Backpack Foodie

Let the salivation begin. Daniel and Helene are on a one-year journey through Asia, the Middle East and Africa, inspired by the principle that “to taste someone’s food is to know the flavor of their life.”

Another F***ing Travel Blog

TD and Kim are two San Franciscan natives who took advantage of an unexpected lay-off to set off for 15 months of Round the World travel.

Negotiation: The Art of Traveling with Your Loved One

Continuing on from our post, Why the Journey is Better When You Have Someone to Share it With, Debra Corbeil shares tips on perfecting the art of negotiation.

As a couple that has been traveling together for over 10 years, we have certainly mastered the art of negotiation. We can’t both love the same things all of the time in life. But if you take a chance and actually try something that your partner wants to do – even if you don’t want to – you may discover that you like it.

Why the Journey is Better When You Have Someone to Share it With

Going it alone has its advantages, of course. If you’re looking for maximum freedom to go where you desire, when you desire and in whatever way you desire, solo travel might be the right thing for you. But for many people, having someone along for the ride is indispensable.

Over the next few weeks, we’ll look a little at the How of travelling with someone: How to not kill your travel partner, How to negotiate with each other, etc. But today, we’re focusing on the Why. Check out why these travellers think travel is better when you have someone to share it with.

Yann & Emilie

Yann and Emilie have been on an overland trip across Asia since 2006. Their blog is a wonderfully photographed account of their travels so far.

Canada’s Adventure Couple

Dave and Deb are self-confessed adrenaline-seekers who climb, paddle, hike and bike their way from continent to continent.

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  • John: I’ve always wanted to hitch hike across the USA.
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  • John: Great advice, I always buy charcoal tabs in case I get an upset tummy.
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