Well, I am going to talk about my wife, who i look forward to beginning a new adventure with.
Her name is XXX and we got married one year ago. She works in a hospital specialised for foreigners and, thus she can speak English with ease to those folks without feeling awkwardness or cringiness.
She loves foreign films and literature to the extent that I sometimes call her a name-dropper of some top figures that I never heard of. And then she will call me an illiterate in return.
Life is busy and usually we don’t have a mutual slot of time off to travel and also essentially we are not some travel buffs we would like to be. So that is why our honeymoon travel to Morocco is so special and an eye-opening experience. That’s our first real travel together and then it’s North Africa 5000 miles away. So guess she is this type of person who either won’t do it or do it big. That 10 days` vacation is surreal for me but for her it is just like a fish-return-to-the-water journey.
As you maybe know, ordinary Morocco people speak Arabic and French, but she really enjoy herself there, bargaining with the hawkers for some beautiful handworks with limited words and bountiful body languages. Usually I am a pious observer of the war of tug and enjoy every bit of my wife’s languages, expressions, and gestures. So if you ask me why I want to travel with my wife, especially the international one, I can tell you because she can blend fast into the unfamiliar world turning herself into a semi-local with curiosity and open-mindedness. Many Chinese travel reviews say the Moroccan food is boring ,untidy and tasteless, and it is Tajin, Tajin and Tajin everywhere. but following my wife, I ate Tajin food nearly every day, most importantly with delight, since it really soared beyond our expectations. She talked to people from USA, Europe, Austrialia, and east Africa, danced with them, and had dinner with them. Oh gush, how I hope I can open myself as she does.