When your loved one comes from the UK to visit you for the first time, knowing what to do in certain situations can be a nightmare. So I’ve put together four tips on what to do. Get Organized: Make a plan for every vacation. Talk to your fiancé about the places you wanted to show him. For my part, I looked for and booked the accommodation myself.
No need to prepay, just provide the name of your fiancee, dates and the type of room you would like to book. If it’s in Manila, I prefer to live in Makati so it’s closer to the main business center. like Ayala Center, and also not too far from the airport. He too can make his reservation online, but he cannot always rely on what is shown on the internet. Of course, you identify your country more than he does, so you can always make your suggestions.
During my fiancee’s first visit here, I took him to Baguio City, Pagsanjan Falls and Rizal House in Laguna, and of course we stayed here in my hometown of Manila most of the time. We are spending the first and the remaining two days here in Manila to enjoy time with my family and to make sure he doesn’t miss his flight. Be considerate: how many hours do you spend with him or are you with him for the whole vacation? Make sure you’re free during your vacation.
How do you imagine flying 12 hours or more only to find out that the person you are seeing or want to be with has extra commitments or another date? Be considerate, your husband has clearly been on a long journey and spent a fortune to meet him, so it is your job to give him your precious time and make his visit as memorable as possible. See more of
country and don’t stay in the hotel all day unless the weather is terrible, but at least have another option ready in case there’s a tropical storm and you have nowhere to go. head to the bowling alley at SM Malls.