Save Marriage Foundation makes merry with couples in Dubai
The Save Marriage Foundation has organised its first ever fun-filled couples retreat dubbed, “Dubai Xcape." This six-day event which was held last month played host to 20 couples from various corners of the globe who converged on the city of Dubai, a tourist hotspot in the United Arab Emirates.
The director of the foundation, Mr Isaac Omari-Koranteng, said the couples embarked on a journey through five destinations: the Dubai Mall, Aquarium, Burj Khalifa, Desert Safari and a memorable dinner aboard a yacht named the Marina Cruise.
“The adventure commenced with an Emirates flight from Accra to Dubai. Upon arrival, the vast desert landscapes and thrilling
escapades imprinted unforgettable memories for me and my wife, Mrs Dora Omari-Koranteng, we are both relationship counsellors, ”Mr Omari Koranteng said.
He said the foundation would make the retreat an annual tradition, guided by their mission to fortify marriages and relationships.
“The foundation extends its support through counselling services, fostering connections among singles, organising corporate
seminars and facilitating spiritual connections,” he explained.
The counsellor acknowledged that the execution of the retreat was made possible through the collaborative efforts of Global
Wings Travel and Tours which planned and executed the trip.
One of the participating couples, Mr Timothy Dzikunu and Mrs Selassie Dzikunu, expressed their excitement about their visit to the Dubai Mall, the aquarium and the fountain show.
They described the highpoint of their experience as reaching the 124th floor of the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, where Dubai's skyline unfolded before their eyes.
Rev. Dr. Romeo Agyapong and his wife, Mrs Betty Agyapong, also participated in the retreat and concluded that it brought them even closer as a couple.