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Or, as I affectionately dubbed it, “A magical island pub floating on the River Thames… ”Personally, I didn’t ask either date about their own travel styles before meeting up, as I’m generally pretty happy to go with the flow (especially the flow of the pub boat).
and when a PR firm offers to send you on an all-expenses paid getaway with a cute guy (separate hotel rooms included), you say yes.
Which is how I ended up embarking on not one, but two destination dates last month: the first with a complete stranger named Josh* (who — spoiler alert!
— did not murder me), and the second with a guy named Peter*, whom I’d met in Paris and serendipitously found on travel dating site Miss Travel a few weeks later (he didn’t murder me, either! For those who may not know, travel dating is kind of like Tinder, but instead of swiping right and left, you scroll through profiles — which also include photos and quick bios — and search by trip.
But think of it in these terms: How often do you get to watch your date stroll through a metal detector or get a pat-down from the TSA?
If you’re meeting a person at a far-away destination, be sure to touch base with the hotel staff in advance to ensure they’ve got your information (and I’d strongly recommend getting separate rooms).
In the case of Miss Travel, users can create and list trips with a few key details: destination, specific dates, and whether you’ve got an “extra ticket” (i.e.