with a companion - Part 2 - By Beth Klemick
Leave it to ehow.com to have clear instructions on "How to Choose a Travel Companion". On the other hand if you have already have chosen your travel companion to avoid disagreements and tension before you arrive to your vacation destination, make sure when planning the trip you do it together and plan one that is within everyone's budget involved along with outside interests. While planning but most importantly while at your destination learn to compromise and experience both person's travel/vacation interests. Traveling with someone is generally a constant trade off; even happily married couple have interest differences. Let each person pick a particular day's activities and then switch for the next day, or sight see in the morning and spend the afternoon on the beach, to have the best of both your ideals of a perfect day. Often times travel does not allow for privacy, everyone needs some down time alone now and then so don't be afraid to go solo for a little bit. The time apart can reenergize both parties and give each person something new and exciting to tell the other about.