BEST TIPS FOR TRAVELERS AS A COUPLE. TRICKS AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO GET THE MOST OF YOUR TRIPS AND AVOID CONSISTENCY PROBLEMS.
Since a couple of relationships is two, the responsibility should not fall on one, it is very important to divide the tasks, even if one of the two is the strongest, or likes Easy Travel Recipes, or is easier to negotiate when requesting a discount, or is it always the person responsible for performing a task; It is very valid and necessary to change roles and put yourself in the other’s place, even if it is not to our taste to do so, and even the skills we had to be able to always stay in our comfort zone can come forward.
Admit it, you have nerves! This is the first time that you are traveling alone with a special person and you do not want to water it. Follow these guides to take a trip with your partner to avoid dying from stress:
- Ask yourself: what type of traveler am I?
It is not the same as being a backpacker traveler who sleeps in campsites than someone who needs an all-inclusive package. If you still do not know what type of traveler you are, take this test
- What is your budget?
Another very important thing when planning a trip with your partner is, to be honest, and know what your budget is, sometimes because you want to look good, you are willing to spend it all, but this is a bad financial decision and even as a couple. Be very clear when it comes to talking about money, and make a plan for your daily meals, accommodations, and walks.
Super Tip: If your trip is going to be international and you don’t know how much budget you need for certain countries, check out the World Prices.com page that gives you the prices of transport, food and everything you need to know to select the site based on your finances
- Choose a destination you both like!
Once you know what type of traveler you are and what your budget is, decide where you want to go. The choice also depends on the type of couple and traveler they are: romantic, antreros, super sports. Think for a moment if the trip is for a few days and what you want is privacy, adventure or relaxation.
- Define if you want to organize the trip on your own or buy a package.
There are many debates about it as well as the pros and cons. The real thing is the opportunity to buy a package or do it on your own according to the travel profile you are, the destination you are going to and the type of travel you need to take.
One advantage of doing so on their own is that they will be free to explore and learn what they want, but will need to research more. So I recommend going to travel blogs or asking a friend who has already been to this place for advice.
On the other hand, and if you are lucky enough to find a good agency, many things will make things easier for you and organize trips that are right for you.
- Learn how to buy
Since almost everything depends on the budget, my suggestion is to generate alarms for flights and accommodation. In the case of aircraft, I recommend that they do so in metasearch like K ayak, as they are sites that monitor the rates of various online agencies and airlines and offer you the best deal.
To generate accommodation alerts, sites operate like hotels.com with a system called PriceWatch that allows you to check the prices of many hotels. There are also reservations where you book rooms in more than 385,000 hotels around the world, which is ideal for when you need to find accommodation for the same night. If you are looking for cheap accommodation, Airbnb is the option to be a site where you rent houses, apartments or vacancies in houses. There are worldwide!
For flights, I love Kayaking because they have a system called Explore where you choose how much budget you have, an estimate of dates (it can be a month or even something more flexible), and the page shows you all the destinations you can travel to. So if you do not have a permanent destination yet, this will definitely serve you.
- Assemble your itinerary!
If the trip is planned by itself, it is extremely important that once you have received your tickets and accommodation, you can set your itinerary for activities (which even if it does not follow the message will act as a guide). Check if there are trips to book in advance, plan your travel plans (check where to start, especially for transport and connection) etc.
- Conclusion of a travel assistance plan
I’m sure you don’t want to spoil this anticipated trip, so for the sake of more peace of mind for you and your partner, I recommend that you apply a travel assistance plan that will cover you in the event of an opportunity. I always travel with the emergency card services because their plans include medical assistance, sickness coverage in advance, luggage coverage for potential loss, healthy return, and even insurance for cell phones and mobile devices if needed. Remember that it never hurts and to warn travelers to deserve two.
Khalil ur Rehman is a proud born and raised in Abbottabad. Khalil has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and The Verge. As a journalist for The Hear Up, Khalil covers climate and science news. [email protected]
Hottest places in the USA
You can find a lot of warm places out there in the United States. If you are interested in learning more about the warmest places out of them, you can follow this article. We will quickly highlight five of the warmest places that you can find in the United States as of now. Click here to ease the burden of these hot places.
Brownsville in Texas
Brownsville is a city in South Texas that is close towards the Mexican border and is situated just on western Gulf Coast. As a result, this city is rather far south. Although it is not the most southern city in the US, temperatures there may still become rather high, particularly in the summer. The typical high in the middle of July is 94.4°F. The warmest months are July and August, so avoid going then if you really want to escape the heat. In Brownsville, there are about 223 bright days each year. The US has 205 sunny days on average.
Dallas in Texas
Texas is a large and stunning state. But you guys, it’s hot as hell. The remaining four positions on our top list were occupied by four Texas communities. With 134 nights per year with temps over 90°F, Del Rio ranks fourth. The average temperature throughout the year is 81.6°F, as if that weren’t enough. Although not oppressively hot, it is still very warm. With 107 degrees in April 2019, Del Rio had its warmest April since 1984. Del Rio often has humidity, which makes it seem hotter than other sections of Texas which get more of a dry heat.
Nevada in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is one of the warmest places in the US, which is no surprise given that it is located right in the heart of the desert. Regarding the hottest temperature ever recorded, it was tied with Tucson. At one time, 117°F was recorded in both cities. But here, the average summer temperature is substantially higher, rising to 104.1°F. In addition, Las Vegas is the American city that is warming the quickest, per the Climate Central, a group that researches climate change.
Tucson in Arizona
On the nationwide list of the warmest cities in the US, another Arizonan City was ranked second. Tucson has above 90°F temperatures on at least 148 days annually, which equates to almost 12 full weeks of oppressive heat. The typical daily high in mid-summer is 100.2°F.
Unexpectedly, Tucson often has warmer winters than Phoenix. Tucson’s record high temperature is higher than Phoenix’s on 58 days on average every year, and almost all of these days come in the late autumn or early winter.
Scottsdale in Arizona
Phoenix is now the warmest city in America, per the climate data from a National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. The city experiences above 90°F temperatures 169 days out of the year. And the scorching 122°F was the hottest temperature ever recorded. That is sexy as hell! On June 26, 1990, Phoenix saw its all-time high temperature of 122 degrees, which was recorded at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport.
What causes Phoenix to get so hot? It’s because the valley’s surrounding mountains obstruct rain and clouds, allowing heat to accumulate under strong air pressure. Another factor is because it is close to the equator. Phoenix also is an Urban Heat Island (UHI), which would be a region where temperatures are continuously higher than those in the vicinity due to the presence of many concrete and asphalt structures and buildings that trap heat.
If you are planning to visit any of these, you should be ready to face extreme temperatures that exist. Hence, make sure that you don’t end up with any struggles with proper preparation.
Hamza Fazal is a reporter for The Hear UP. After graduating from the University of Abbottabad, Hamza got an internship at the NPR and worked as a reporter and producer. Hamza has also worked as a reporter for the Medium. Hamza covers health and science for The Hear UP.