How to meet ‘the one’ when you’re travelling

the one

Don’t worry, I’m not about to endorse a product claiming to be a love potion or talk to you about playing hard to get and promote sleezey dating sites.

I’ve had a recent revelation, glancing at couples on their adventures together around the globe wandering just how that happened when you’re constantly on the move. I love travelling solo but being single now for over a year makes me wander, ‘am I doing something wrong?’ Yes, I am. The problem is I’m not telling people I like their face… You heard me.

Ever looked at a face you can’t resist and thought, ‘they’d never go for me.’ Guess what, there’s only one way to find out because if you wait for Mr/Mrs right, they may just never come.

Recently I’ve been longing for a partner in crime, a fellow wanderer and a relationship that lasts longer than my current destination. The con of travelling is forming connections to other travelers and moving on without them, waving goodbye to someone that at home would be your best friend or soul mate. Sure, over the last 3 months I’ve traveled with people for long periods of time but the goodbye just gets harder. So my friends and fellow wanderers, the revelation came to me from an old issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, gathering dust in my hostel lobby in Cambodia.

Genius creator of inspiring Instagram account, ‘The Way We Met’ revealed all her featured couples only met by putting themselves out there. Games like ‘playing hard to get’ have broken too many hearts and turned the world shy.

Slip them your number, tell them you like their face and turn back the clock to times when we just simply said, ‘would you like to dance?’


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3 thoughts on “How to meet ‘the one’ when you’re travelling

  1. I totally feel where you are coming from…I envy those ‘travel couples’ so much. I even met a few guys and we both felt we had something but it’s hard to know if that something is worth cancelling and changing all plans for…putting yourself out there is definitely a positive thing to be doing, but then I do also think a lot of men who travel aren’t looking for anything serious…but if it’s meant to be then we will find them and fall in love and travel happily ever after 😉

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    1. That’s a tough situation and I bet you made amazing memories together but that’s our problem when travelling, the world is so addictive! A wise guy once told me if its meant to be then both sides will change everything to make it happen. One day 🙂 thank you so much for reading the post! X


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