What happens if you travel with partner? If you are dating someone and would like to know how you get along with each other, plan for a trip. If you travel with your partner, you may know more about each other.
Also, you will have a nice time during the whole experience. And if the experience is bad, you can see the red flags and analyse things in a better way.
So, here are some advantages of travelling with your partner. But wait, don't try to plan your physical intimacy before you feel good about your partner's company and your future plans to settle down.
Nobody can pretend for hours together at a stretch. So, if he or she has any pretentions, they will soon wane and the real side of that person shows up. Then you can decide!
During your stay together, when something wrong happens, does your partner throw the frustration on you? Well, when you travel with him or her and spend a few days together, you will know how that person handles such frustrating situations.
During the first few hours of interaction during your holiday, both of you would be excited. You would chatter endlessly. But after a while, when there is nothing more to talk and you are tired, how would you feel? If you feel bored or awkward in that silence, then it is a red flag. If you are still comfortable during those silences, then it is good.
Generally, when you are on a holiday, you are idle for the whole day. An idle man's brain is almost like a devil's workshop. That is when your unconscious tendencies come out. So, see whether your partner can bear with your personality when you are idle.
You are generally well dressed in front of your partner. But not when you are in front of her for the whole day. On a holiday, your true looks come out and you can see whether your partner can still accept the normal you without the make-up.
Your partner's food habits and tastes may also come out. All of your choices and your partner's choices may reveal themselves and you may realise that they are conflicting. But that's okay if both of you are okay with the differences.