Han and I love traveling. When we were dating, we used to request the same days off and leave so we can travel together. Sometimes, I would go on his flights as a passenger whenever I have enough days off.
I have traveled so solo numerous times. But being able to share this moment and adventure with your special someone is amazing. And since we had a son, it has become difficult to find the opportunity to travel with just the two of us. Don’t get me wrong, I love traveling with my son. But it’s different when it’s just the two of us.
We want to share with you the places we’ve visited as a couple (in no particular order):
The day we first met. Colombo, Sri Lanka
Rizal Park, Metro Manila
Underground River. Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Our honeymoon in Phuket
Big Buddha. Lantau Island, Hong Kong
The United Arab Emirates
The State of Qatar
Eiffel Tower. Paris, France
Berlin Wall. Berlin, Germany
Transiting via London Heathrow
The United States of America
Miami Beach. Miami, Florida (I was 8 months pregnant with Charles!)
Universal Studios. Orlando, Florida
Flying over Long Island, New York
Traveling with your loved one is truly a rewarding experience. I wouldn’t trade my travels with H for anything in this world. Happy 4th anniversary to my travel buddy, my soulmate, my partner, my husband ❤
Where have you been as a couple? Do you like traveling as a couple? For travelers with kids, do you still find time to travel with just the two of you? Share with us your experience.
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