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Get a pedicure, go on outings with friends and generally pursue the same interests that you had before you met him.This will help take your mind off his absence and will make you a well-rounded partner who is a pleasure to be with. As some of you may or may not know, at the beginning of last year, I came out of a 4 year marriage. We have managed to remain good friends, despite differences. They seem to have the found the perfect balance and in many ways compliment each other with different skills- one could be the writer while the other is the photographer, just a general example. Dating fellow bloggers is frowned upon by many in the community. Last night’s blogger romance is the conversation fodder for everyone in the morning at the breakfast tables. Some have been brave to go where no blogger has gone and found love!!

Cherish every moment and let him know you are grateful for the effort he puts into making the relationship work. Be calm and patient when he must cancel phone calls or dates because there are problems at his job that are complicated by travel arrangements.

I think most of love the spontanity of meeting people on the road. While I want to share my amazing life with someone, I know I can’t click my fingers and make love happen. Just call me Kash ;) For 9 years, I've been travelling in style on a budget and challenging people to think differently about budget travel.

We rebel against order, we thrive in disorganised chaos, the thrill of the unknown…. 🙂 I am doing my Luxury Hostels tour for the next few months- given the transient life that is the hostel, backpacking life, does not lend well to forming relationships…. …..could be by my next great blog project or a fly on the wall doc, reality TV style show? Whether it’s finding the dream female travel blogger or for that fact ,anyone. Don’t think of your destination Just enjoy the journey. So whether it is staying at a luxury hostel in Madrid or Tokyo or showing people where to find the best, authentic streetfood in a city, you'll find it all here on this blog.

As if what I’ve just said is too good to be true….almost a fairytale.

I realise there in 95% cases, there will always be a gaping chasm between my life and those that I date. It’s no good for travel bloggers especially who have a life on the road 24-7.

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