A Wide Array Of Complications You Only Experience When Traveling With Your Partner

Twenty20 / danilynayee
Twenty20 / danilynayee

Traveling with your partner can either make or break your relationship. Seriously. You go from several hours a day (in our case, 4 months of not seeing each other) to being with each other 24/7. It is a big change. All of a sudden, you need to start grooming yourself and look your best, you don’t have your bathroom privacy, and now it becomes what “we” want to do and no longer what “I” want to do. Don’t get me wrong, we love traveling together, but sometimes it gets annoying. You have great days and some bad, but you can get passed it!

It is like my dad said, “If you are still together after traveling Asia for three months, you know he is the one.” And look at us go!

These are the things that happens when you travel with your partner.

All the little things start to bother you…

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The glamour is gone and you won’t always look your best while traveling…

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Everything they say is just dumb…

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You become sick of them always being there, I mean it is 24/7 now…

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And everything they do annoys you- the way they eat, the way they smell.. you just CAN’T….

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So, here’s the fix: go for a nice dinner

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Or find something cultural that you can both appreciate- you are in a new city and it will be fun to explore!

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Go out dancing together and shimmy all your problems out!

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And if you are tired of going out, have a fun night in!

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Go visit a new city and see the world, after all, you are traveling! And, maybe, you know… ;)

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So call your “Bae” over. Hug out the hatred and the annoying things they do. And lay a big fat, sloppy one on them.

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So if you have one bad day with your partner, don’t take it to heart. Because at the end of the day, you are traveling the world with the one you love. TC mark

This post originally appeared at Who Needs Maps.

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