Once you've gotten past the puppy love stage in a new relationship and the dust has settled, you and your partner are facing the challenge of whether or not you two are truly compatible. And to that, some say that there is no better way to discover this true compatibility (or lack of it) than taking a trip together.
Deal With It
Probably the biggest test that comes with traveling is unforeseen pressures you two have to deal with; a late connecting flight, a foreign subway system, a less than satisfactory sleeping arrangement - the list goes on. A relationship built to last can handle these kinds of curveballs and allow you two to work through them together.
The main reason for planning and booking any kind of trip is likely so you two can get away and just focus on each other. There's something very romantic about escaping away and being in somewhere new together; you can do what you want and go where you want. You're able to try something you may not otherwise get an opportunity to do, and that bond alone with be something special you two will get to share and look back on together.
Isn't It Romantic?
Uh, yes! Traveling in almost any capacity is romantic in itself but adding in your new love makes it even better. Aside from the quality time you two will have to spend and focus on each other, there is just something about being in a foreign place together that allows you to see your partner in a new light. Don't be surprised if you find yourself wanting them more often than usual, too. 😉
Of course there are also countless Kama Sutra products that are travel friendly and easily concealable. Skeptical about taking bigger items - such as a vibrator? Don't be! We already covered the quick tips and tricks on how to bring these erotic accessories along in our Not-Your-Typical What to Pack Guide blog.
The founder of Kama Sutra passed away Tuesday at his home in Westlake Village, California.
Joseph C. Bolstad, the founder of one of the oldest and most iconic brands in the adult industry, Kama Sutra, has passed away. He was 84 years old.