Good krejler skills, a big bag of luck and the right decisions led kæresteparret Nicholas and Stephanie first to Singapore. The pair could therefore go home with at least 250,000 crowns in his pocket and with the title as the winners of the TV2 programme 'First to the end of the world'.
the Pair would be a 48 day journey breathe a sigh of relief, as they were the first to open the black book at the final destination.
- we first came, confirmed us in that we had made the right choice all the way through. We had been insanely good to give priority to the experiences of the competition and let the competition fill in the times that we thought it should. It gave a big joy that we reached our goal. It meant, in fact, even more for us to have come all the way to Singapore, than it meant to win, says the pair.
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Kæresteparret went off on their adventure of life, hoping to get closer to each other. The past year has there been an uncertainty in the relationship from both parties.
Nicholas has had a doubt whether it was Stephanie, he would have children with. The journey had therefore intended to give them a clarification on whether or not they should remain together and raise a family.
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After their return, the couple has chosen to continue life together. Photo: Strong Productions/TV 2
After the couple's return, they feel now prepared for all the challenges they may encounter on their way.
the Journey has definitely helped to redeem what we hoped for. Not because it all happened while we were away, but during the journey we got opened up. We have been able to continue on, after we come home. We have learned much on the journey, and we have tried to take it home. The time after we come home, have been both up and down, but thankfully mostly up. We have come a long way in our relationship and are now both fully aware that we must continue our life together, says the couple, who are looking forward to spend the future together.
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a Short time before the pair travelled to the end of the world, had they just bought the house, they spent every weekend on renovating, which quickly came to overshadow the relationship.
Those 250 000 crowns, which the pair won in the competition, they have therefore chosen to dedicate to their relationship, so they can get even more experiences together.
- the Money must be invested in us and the help that we can continue the good development, our relationship began on the journey. They should therefore primarily be used for that in the future we can come out and experience the great wonderful world, for it is when we are out and traveling, that we thrive best of all. They must also be used that we can remember to be lovers and experience things together at home in Denmark, says the pair.
Kæresteparret have since the first day fought for first place along with soldatervennerne Carsten and Kim. But the soldiers had to let herself turn shortly before the finish line.
Claus and Marco came to the destination a day after Nicholas and Stephanie.
Nicholas and Stephanie were one of five couples who competed to win 250.000 kr in the TV2 programme 'First to the end of the world'. Photo: Heidi Lundsgaard/TV 2