Romance is certainly not dead and recently we were enlisted in helping a master in the art of romance to propose to his intended.
Romance is hard to quantify it is more than just the action of handing over a red rose or heading off to a fancy dinner, it can be encompassed with-in a single simple gesture such as holding out a hand to lead a girl to the dance floor or involve so much more… Any act of romance needs to have a feeling - be emotionally charged and make the recipient feel like they are the most loved person in the world…we all know it when we see it.
There is this saying: “you may not be the only person in the world, but you may mean the whole world to one person”.
Goodguyswag describes a romantic act as being “unexpected, thoughtful, uncommon, impractical, heroic, emotional, spiritual, and sensual.” They go on to give some tips for the guys.
Perhaps our master of the art of romance also read this GoogGuyswag article as he is certainly well versed in the subject matter…The couple arrived early at Intundla for a canoe trip on our dam with its green grassy verges and lovely tranquil scenery. We helped prepare a pick nick and let them head off for some undisturbed quality time. The couple returned for a romantic Thai full body massage and a Thai foot massage at our Bush Spa.
While the couple were being spoiled and pampered from head to toe, the staff readied the honeymoon suite (as per instruction) with a sprinkling of rose petals in the shape of a heart on the bed surrounding a gift. If this was to be the end of the spoil, it could easily have been said that the girl felt completely romanced…but there was more to come.
The couple were picked up for a game drive and taken to the top of the mountain that rises behind Intundla Game Lodge and Bush Spa, where champagne was popped and so was the question.
We wish you both the most wonderful of blessings and were honoured to have been able to be part of this magically romantic time.