Posts Tagged ‘romance on the road’

How to Plan the Perfect Date in Myrtle Beach

How to Plan the Perfect Date in Myrtle Beach
By Kristen Putch LG North American Travel Editor A trip to the beach always offers the ultimate romantic getaway. Myrtle beach is no exception – with great options in dining and nightlife, you won’t have to rely on a simple walk along the shore to keep the spark on your trip. Dinner If you...
July 30th, 2013 | Couples Travel, Featured, Myrtle Beach | Read More

Lost in San Antonio: Best Places to Get Kissed

Lost in San Antonio: Best Places to Get Kissed
By Jennifer Baggett LG Executive Editor *** As we near the end of our Lost in San Antonio series, I feel compelled to give a special and very personal shout out to one of my new favorite cities – for without it, I might not ever have been born. No seriously, it’s true. Back in the age of disco balls...
May 31st, 2010 | Couples Travel, Featured, Featured Getaway, Texas | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Laurel Case

Lost Girl of the Week: Laurel Case
This week’s LG is Laurel Case. Laurel lives in Syracuse, NY where she works in the public relations department of an advertising agency.  Her travels have taken her to all corners of the US and most of the in between. Upstate New York has served as a great home-base for planning her next adventure...
April 6th, 2010 | Couples Travel, Lost Girl of the Week, Planning | Read More

7 Ways to Boost Your Foreign Lingo

7 Ways to Boost Your Foreign Lingo
When Lost Girl Ashley Cheng moved to Taiwan a few months ago, she set a few simple language rules to make sure she stayed on top of her Mandarin. Picking up a second language can be really tough, especially if you’re not living in a country that speaks the language. Try Ashley’s quick tips...
March 15th, 2010 | Dispatches from the Road, Studying Abroad, Taiwan | Read More

Book review: How the World Makes Love

Book review: How the World Makes Love
By Ellen Wernecke Special to Lost Girls World Franz Wisner took lemons and made limoncello. After being stood up at the altar, the former press secretary and lobbyist took his honeymoon anyway and turned a humorous essay about it into his first memoir, Honeymoon With My Brother. As he meets newlyweds...
December 23rd, 2009 | Travel Books & Movies | Read More

BRIDES Magazine: Sexiest Resorts of 2009

BRIDES Magazine: Sexiest Resorts of 2009
During the course of our round the world trip, we watched the sun rise over the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu, explored the picturesque chain of Thailand’s southern islands, shared a tree top bungalow in the tropical paradise of Ubud, Bali and soaked in starbaths set above the white sands of Diani...
August 12th, 2009 | Asia, Australia/New Zealand/Pacific, California, Caribbean, Couples Travel, Extras, Greece, Hotels & Resorts, Mexico, Thailand, United States | Read More

Around-the-World Honeymoon

Around-the-World Honeymoon
What would be your dream honeymoon? For Lost Girl of the Week Mina, it’s a trip around the world. She and her fiancé are selling their home in Winnipeg, paring down their belongings, and leaving everything familiar behind after their wedding this September. You can follow their blog to see how...
July 19th, 2009 | Asia, Blogging Your Trip, City Travel, Couples Travel, Dispatches from the Road, Extras, Leaving & Coming Home, Tours & Attractions | Read More

5 Things to Know Before Backpacking with a Boyfriend

5 Things to Know Before Backpacking with a Boyfriend
by Hannah Dorland I spent two weeks backpacking alone in Colorado–no problem. Last week my partner of 2 years and I decided to raft down the St. Croix River and sleep on an island. Chaos ensued! Backpacking is totally different with two people. 1. Two people equals two mouths. A few granola bars,...
June 16th, 2009 | Backpacking & Trekking, Cabins & Camping, Couples Travel, Lost Girls | Read More

Romance Abroad: The Ultimate in Cultural Tourism

Romance Abroad: The Ultimate in Cultural Tourism
When Mindful Tourist Shadia Garrison went to live in Chile for a year, she didn’t expect to end up with a husband by the end of her trip-particularly one who couldn’t speak English, wasn’t thrilled about moving to the U.S., and had never lived outside of his parents’ house. But...
June 11th, 2009 | Chile, Couples Travel, Expats Abroad, Extras, Lost Girls, Websites and Blogs | Read More