PLANNING a trip away with your loved one?
Watch out – a massive two thirds of couples end up at each other’s throats during holidays, a survey has found.
The Ebookers poll revealed that much of the quarrelling actually starts before a trip has even begun, with over 50 per cent of couples failing to agree on where to go.
A further 37 per cent fall out during the booking process.
Once the tickets are bought, a quarter of couples are unable to make it to the third day without bickering and two thirds have fallen out by the end, the survey of 2,000 adults found.
Main points of contention are money and how much time is spent together – and surprisingly, WOMEN ogling men on the beach.
The upside is that despite all these rows, 56 per cent of couples came home after their holiday in Spain feeling their relationship was stronger.
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