The Courage to Travel | Marguerite Faure Podcast S1 E3
13 Questions to fuel the excitement behind your travel
Whether you are dreaming about the travels you want to do, or if you have already planned a trip, here are an adventurous list of questions helping you talk about travel.
Do you think everyone needs to travel? Why?
What did you learn from solo travel?
What did you learn about traveling with a spouse?
What are some travel hacks you picked up?
How do you think you can show respect to the culture?
Which country with the best food?
Which country with the best beaches?
Which country with the best mountains?
Which country with the best vibe?
Which country with the cutest cows?
What was your most challenging adventure?
What was your most luxurious adventure?
What is a memory you hope to make while traveling one day?
To join the conversation that my husband and I have, when discussing these questions, in my podcast, click through to listen to my podcast on your favorite streaming service:
My husband and I took a year to travel around Europe.
We had the most romantic time in Paris, where I got to live my life-long dream of painting the Eiffel Tower. I am no artist, but the idea of sitting in front of the building, trying to capture it's beauty and have it translate into a painting, rather than a selfie, was always a goal of mine.
We also had the best time in Sofia, Bulgeria. It is a truly romantic city too.
There were quirky coffee shops around every corner, and I had one of the most delicious cocktails in a retro restaurant as well.
We also went for long walks in the park each night, which allowed for many life-changing conversations. Bulgaria does not get the credit it deserves. It is a heartwarming place.
We made new friends in Serbia, and our entire experience in Zlatibor is one that we will never, ever forget. We had the absolute best time and that place is tattood in my memory.
I could go on for days talking about Italy, France, Austria, Croatia and all the other incredible places we visited.
But I'll save that for another blog.
I hope you enjoyed asking your partner the questions.