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Camping Honeymoon…


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Camping HeymoonSome brides won’t share their Prince Charming with anyone…let alone creepy critters and crawlies at a campsite, but what about those gung-ho brides who like the idea of camping with cupid?

Camping? On honeymoon? What’s romantic about that? If you are of the traditional mindset that a honeymoon should be spent lazing in five-star luxury, with your every whim catered for, then the thought of bushwhacking and eating cold baked-beans out of a tin won’t appeal to you. But if you are of the ‘Lose-myself-in-the-bush-for-a-fortnight-with-no-clean-towels-or-running-water’ variety, then this kind of honeymoon is just the thing for you!

Let’s assume that you’re a happy camper - literally and figuratively - and you’re looking to go a-camping for your honeymoon.

Build a healthy bonding with your partner


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Healthy BondingEvery relationship demands a certain amount of bonding between the individuals. This is true in the case of family and friends. But the most demanding factor among the family relations is that between the husband and the wife. Two, totally different individuals take the pledge to live together and to be there for each other in all situations that each one goes through. This needs a lot of give and take too. Only when there is a good rapport between the husband and the wife, can there be bonding too.

“In today’s busy world, where both the husband and the wife are working, we hardly find time to spend with each other”, says Vishal. “There was a time when my wife, Rupali and I could only meet at one of the airports, where we would be crossing paths because that was the only few hours we could actually meet each other in between our hectic schedules of official tours.” Situations like this can actually take a huge toll on the relationship. These situations are unavoidable at times but we should keep in mind that, the time spent with each other is very important in making the bonding more stronger.