Dating road trips
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With any vacation you plan, you have to think about where you’re going, how you’re getting there, and how much you’re willing to spend to do it.
But when you’re traveling for the first time with your significant other, there’s a whole other layer of factors to consider — if you still want to be dating by the end of the trip, that is.
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Sometimes the reason behind the color is geographical, sometimes it's political, sometimes its religious.
Maybe you’re a get-there-as-fast-as-you-can/rest-stops-be-damned sort of journeyer.
That’s fine — unless your co-pilot has a tiny bladder, or a big appetite (and refuses to eat on the go). Just how many stops are you willing to make, how long can you linger at each one, and how far apart should they be?
Related: Stop Doing Things You Hate Just Because Your Partner Loves Them Even if you agree on a destination, say, Costa Rica, you can’t assume you want the same things out of the trip.
You may want to zipline, hike, and seek adventure in other ways.