To avoid falling into the rut while traveling with your partner, it is quite important to find similar grounds and agree on the differences. Since the style of travel can often differ between two people. The key to long-lasting love while on the move seems to be in resolving minor issues quickly, giving each other the space to pursue what they love and find mutual activities to enjoy!

Life as we know is a journey. Some people are extremely fortunate to traverse this path holding hands with another who commit to this adventure of togetherness. While some travel-hungry souls, ditch the routine day to day life, and step out to embrace the unknown, there are some who travel hand in hand to savour the different flavours of the world. Again there are a few, who find their comfort zones in their differences and harmoniously travel together. But whatever may the reason be, there is no end to their wanderlust and desire to see the world - together.

Life as we know is a journey. Some people are extremely fortunate to traverse this path holding hands with another who commit to this adventure of togetherness. While some travel-hungry souls, ditch the routine day to day life, and step out to embrace the unknown, there are some who travel hand in hand to savour the different flavours of the world. Again there are a few, who find their comfort zones in their differences and harmoniously travel together. But whatever may the reason be, there is no end to their wanderlust and desire to see the world - together.

For the love of food (JB & Renee)

There are some people who live to eat. JB and Renee are two such individuals who have submitted their heart to food. They own the website https://www.willflyforfood.net/ and love to call themselves the Travel-eaters. Fuelled by their love of travel and food this duo has covered over 25 countries and also nurture a dream to visit Antarctica. JB and Renee met at a bar in Philippines and married after dating for two years. Travelling religiously for them started 7 years after their marriage when they developed their blog. Being a meticulous planner, JB takes care of their tour itineraries, while Renee looks after the accommodation arrangements. Like every other couple their relationship goes through ups and downs, but everything takes a back seat when it comes to food.

To us, a heritage stall that’s been serving the same iconic dish for decades is every bit as important as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Food is why we travel and it always plays a major role in our travel decisions.

Nesting outside the comfort zone (Sam and Adam)

Sam and Adam tied the knot in the picturesque Hawaiian island of Maui. Since then, their life has been an exciting journey of exploring places together. Their journeys are beautifully chronicled in the blog http://sostravel.co.uk/. Having already covered about 40 countries in the last 8 years, they are taking their dream a step ahead and wish to move abroad eventually. Though Adam loved to travel, the journeys were not a cakewalk for him. He did not like flying. Even then, he figured ways to cope with his fears and went on to make numerous memories with Sam.

I would say that travelling as a couple, you can share such fabulous memories together and both have different interests that allow you to explore areas you maybe wouldn’t have alone

Rediscovering life (Jon and Jo)

Grabbing monotony by the neck and shattering it into a million pieces is how Jon and Jo lead their lives. With a pair of laptops, books, camera, phone and ‘cuddly toys’ in their backpack, they quit the mundane daily life and settled for a never ending adventure that takes them around the world. Jon and Jo do not believe that they are exceptions in being able to lead this dream life. They feel that anyone can take this leap if they want to. Jon and Jo divide their time equally between house-sitting, helpxing and travelling. The former two resolves their accommodation issues and enables them to focus better on their passion for travel. They also run the website https://jwalkingin.com/ that archives their journeys so far. Having been together for 40 years, Jon and Jo are like two bodies with a single soul. Their eagerness to push their limits and positivity let them choose the nomadic life in 2015. They believe that the world is a good place with warm and welcoming people and those in doubt should venture out to find out for themselves.

When the money runs out we may have to consider what happens but we will approach that decision when it happens. There is a lot of life to come before then.

Comfortably different (Helen Foster)

Quirk excites no one as much as it does to Helen. A journalist by profession, she runs the https://differentville.com/ where she elaborates in details about all the strange things she chances upon in her travels. Her partner in some of these ventures is her husband. Though a regular couple with a generous serving of ups and downs in between them, this duo never disagrees upon travel. Helen is a restless soul stirred by curiosity on every bend in the road. She loves to research about a place as much as she can, but her husband likes to take it easy. The difference in their interests is soothed by their mutual respect for each other’s space and priority. They follow a schedule of being together in the morning and night while Helen utilises the afternoons for her research. The contrast in their relationship draws a beautiful picture of togetherness.

Thankfully, we’re both pretty independent so we often go off and do our own thing some days – we always have to have two keys to wherever we’re staying.

On a journey to learn together (Bhavik)

Travelling to Bhavik and his wife is a learning process. They curate their experiences together in the http://bingetravelling.com/. They feed their travel hungry souls with a voluptuous dose of travel and wish to become digital nomads in the coming days. With travel being one of their top priorities, they want to enrich themselves with the knowledge they pick up from people and cultures around the world. This couple happily compromises on their lifestyle to pursue their passion for travel that keeps them glued to each other.

Travelling for us is more than an escape. It’s a chance to learn and why not learn together.

Broadening inner horizons hand in hand (Deeptha & Bhavin)

Travelling together for over a decade has made Deeptha and Bhavin the invincible travel partners. With similar tastes in travelling, they hit it off well soon after meeting at work. They love to explore the world together and share the magnificent experiences with each other. The duo have visited over 17 countries and the beautiful images of scuba diving in Egypt, sleeping under under the stars in the desert of Bikaner and various others are still fresh in their minds. Their travel tales are beautifully curated in the https://www.theglobetrotter.co.uk/. They believe that travelling enables one to break the rigidity of habits and become more flexible and compassionate. Also, travelling together gives them a sense of belongingness for each other. Deeptha takes charge of the itineraries and Bhavin finds out the perfect places to stay in and bags the best deals on them. They work to their strengths and this means that travel is never a stress rather, always a fun experience for them!

Over the last decade, we have mostly travelled as a couple because we love the idea of exploring the world together.
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