Travelling with your S.O is an incredible test of your relationship, not only are you with each other 24/7, but you are experiencing new stresses together; may it be driving on the wrong side of the road in torrential rain when a flash flood warning has been announced or trying to get to your hotel on zero hours sleep after a midnight, long haul flight. At the end of the day though, it is one of the most amazing things you can do together.
You might be looking to plan your first holiday together, where you will soon learn who has a good sense of direction and who is likely to get lost in a mall. Or maybe you’ve tied the knot and now you want to spend your first few days of forever in paradise, with crystal clear waters and Mojitos on hand, or perhaps your idea of heaven looks a little more like classic, European romance.
Whatever it is, save yourself the time and use one of Pinterests most pinned honeymoon destinations. Let’s be honest, this was your first source of inspiration anyway!
Despite its name, Shark Bay is a safe and quiet beach on Ko Tao 😀. As beautiful as it is, it’s rarely busy and is the perfect get away beach to enjoy the sun without the crowds. Ko Tao (meaning Turtle Island) is a crazy yet incredibly beautiful island. It attracts people for its diving, amazing beaches, incredible sunsets and parties (a lot of backpackers go to Ko Tao). #kotao #kohtao #sharkbay #thianogbay Credit @seatrowno.5
Bedarra Island Australia
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Torres Del Paine National Park
Emerald Lake Yoho National Park, Canada
The beauty of this place can’t be put into words. I drove 400 miles, was exhausted but left again to go explore. I was upset because I had missed sunset. But as I walked up to the lake none of it mattered. This was shot at around twilight at 10:00 at night and it was just so peaceful.
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Blue Lagoon, Iceland
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