Tag: couples travel

  We hear it all the time, ‘You should try housesitting!” We know. Friends have told us about being the boss of Irish castles and living in mansions on a Thai island for free. “Give me some of that!” we Read more >
Travelling is something that can make or break a relationship. A short relaxing holiday usually isn’t where the problem lies, more so during long-term travel periods where issues can arouse more, stresses build up, and irritability shows. Travel is not all cheap beer and Read more >
You can’t get visions of you cycling through the Tuscany countryside out of your head. In the picnic basket on the front of the bike sits the ciabatta, olives, prosciutto, sundried tomatoes and cheese next to a couple of empty Read more >
Only a few weeks ago Ben Affleck mentioned the difficulty of marriage in his Oscar winning acceptance speech. “I want to thank you [Jennifer] for working on our marriage for 10 Christmases. It’s good. It is work, but the best Read more >
This is a guest post by Andrea from Inspiring Travellers Being a childless thirtysomething couple has its advantages. Freedom for one thing. No matter what you’re doing, nothing is holding you back from making your proverbial dreams come true. Whether Read more >
Craig and I got married in 2002. In celebration of surviving years of marriage, I thought I would write a post sharing our tips for couples travel. Back in 2002, just three days after our wedding, we took off overseas for Read more >

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Using Pre-paid Travel Money Cards

My brother first told me about prepaid travel money cards a couple of years ago. He and his wife used a cash passport for their year long trip through South America and raved about how easy and convenient it was. Read more >