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Our first romantic dating idea was to go camping in the bush. It was an amazing experience and we had only been dating for a few weeks. It was our first weekend away, and I was very nervous because we had booked a camping site for three days and two nights!

However once we arrived, there weren’t many campers and the mountain air was beautifully crisp, so we were both looking forward to a warm crackling fire. The lovely atmosphere that pervaded our senses immediately got us talking about our camping experiences as children, and we stayed up all night roasting marshmallows, star gazing, and most importantly, bonding as a new couple.

Back in my single days, my camping experiences were limited to tourist heavy locations. On the few occasions I had gone camping, it was only within a two-hour radius of home, and I picked up hamburgers for dinner on the way. I also took a soft cooler with water and an apple for breakfast the next day. I felt very self-conscious as a solo camper, and was occasionally concerned for my safety hiking alone on bush tracks.

However when one becomes two, camping becomes an exciting new dynamic and a great way to get to know each other while building your relationship. At the end of our first camping trip, I still had butterflies in my stomach, but the nerves had been replaced with the excitement of knowing I had met someone I was truly comfortable with and relaxed around. The main thing to remember is that camping is a team sport!

Couple camping is a situation where simple gender etiquette goes a long way. The tasks naturally lend themselves to gender roles that can be used to stroke your new loves ego, while demonstrating caring and trust.