After Dave and I booked our very first trip to the Caribbean, we decided to turn it into a honeymoon. When we chose to get married twenty years ago, we did it after booking our vacation. We thought, if we’re going to go somewhere warm and romantic, why not make it a honeymoon? So we raced down to city hall, set… Read More
Couples Travel Tips
We have been traveling as a couple for 15 years. So we have a lot of couples travel tips and advice and romantic destination ideas.
“Love is in the air, everywhere I look around.” It used to be that everyone had the February blues with no extra day off from work in sight. Since the invention of Family Day here in Canada, we now have a much needed winter holiday that falls right around Valentine’s Day, so I thought I’d round up some luxurious romantic getaways that you… Read More
Make sure you both want to live as digital nomads Our nomadic lifestyle started around five years ago, without us really realizing it at the time. We were fed up with working ridiculous hours, for people who obviously didn’t care about our best interests. One morning after work we decided we had had enough and the next day we gave… Read More
Many tropical destinations are overrun with tourists, overpriced, or both. Bali is neither. Bali is the most popular island in the Indonesian archipelago and is one of the most incredible destinations on the planet. Not to mention, it’s easy to travel Bali on a budget for couples and single travellers alike! Bali on a Budget – The Best Luxury Destination… Read More
Adventure is an important part of living. And I’d argue that adventure is an important part of a marriage, whether that means jumping out of an airplane hand in hand or simply trying a new restaurant now and again. A boldly-lived life is a full life, and there’s nothing better than being brave and exploring alongside your partner in life…. Read More
Being an introvert and an extrovert in a relationship together has its challenges. One of us is unbelievably chatty (that’s me, Amy), and loves to share every thought that passes through my curly little head. Then there’s Nathan: reserved, quiet, contemplative. I was a musical theatre major in college. I thrived on singing, dancing, and performing before an audience. Themed… Read More