If there’s one night of the year when the pressure is really on to plan an awesome, memorable date night, this is it. Don’t let the need to impress spoil what should really be a fun time, however. to have arrived in Fiji, via sailboat from Australia.
If you’re a little stumped for ideas on how best to treat your partner this Valentine’s Day, why not try revisiting the scene of your first date, or a really memorable date from early on in your relationship?
Plan a visit to the restaurant, beach or bar where you first got together to show your partner how much the relationship means to you.
If you’re racking your brain for something different to do this Valentines’s, to get away from the standard dinner date, a comedy date could be just the change of pace you’re after
Book tickets to a comedy club, stand up comedy, improv or sketch show - it’s a guaranteed good time and laughing together is a fantastic stress reliever and sure to bring your and your partner closer together.
If the weather’s looking fine this Valentine’s Day, planning an outdoor date can be a fun way to mix things up. Plan your date for someplace with an outdoor fireplace, or otherwise build a bonfire at a beach, campground or even in the backyard. Enjoy cocktails and snacks around the campfire for a holiday vibe at home.
If you like the idea of an outdoor date, but building a bonfire seems a bit much, how about a simple picnic at your favourite beach, headland or park? Just pack a blanket, basket with sandwiches, snacks and a bottle of wine and you’re away.
If you’re still out of ideas and looking for something different, why not consider booking a class to learn something new together?
Take a look and see what’s available locally, it could be cooking, cocktail making, art, crafts… anything really. If you can’t book a class that’s actually on Valentine’s Day, you could always look at getting a voucher to give as a gift.