When you think of the typical vacation, you tend to think about getting away for a week or two, heading off to some exotic destination, and really having a chance to relax and explore. While there are certainly vacations that follow this exact kind of model, sometimes you don’t have the available time or budget to head off on a long trip. Instead this is when a short-stay getaway can be the perfect solution. You are still able to enjoy a holiday, but in a condensed manner.
Short stay holidays can work any time of year and for anyone, but can be particularly appealing to couples. It can be that perfect way to spend some time together, get a break from the stress of everyday life, and unplug from the world, at least for a short period of time.
If you’re new to the whole short-stay approach to a getaway, then this guide is made for you. Here we’ll take a look at a number of tips that will help you plan a trip that goes off without a hitch, and ends up being exactly what you hoped it would be.
My husband deserves all the stars in the sky ❤. Unfortunately, it’s pretty hard for me to make it happen so for his birthday I took him to Couple’s Resort in Whitney, ON, Canada. I got him some engraved gifts and made a birthday cake (my first birthday cake) so I’ll say that it’s almost like at least a couple of stars from the sky 😃.
There is a common misconception that gifts are only meaningful when they are big and expensive, but that isn’t the case. The fact is that it is the little things that make the best gifts; these are the things that you see out and about and think ‘he’d love that,’ and so buy them as a little treat for your partner.
Showing your partner what they mean to you isn’t about choosing pricey gifts every birthday and Christmas, it’s about treating them to little bits and bobs throughout the year. The things that say ‘I love you’ aren’t just engraved watches and expensive hand tanned leather wallets, it’s the little things, the cute gestures.
When starting a new relationship, it’s only natural to start thinking about what the future might hold. But the road from first attraction to pure devotion is one of the most exciting that anyone can experience, which is why you must learn to appreciate.