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In a society that encourages conformity, this makes them uninhibited soul warriors.

You’ll never hear a solo traveller tell you anything but how wonderful, life-changing and liberating it is to travel alone.

Miss Travel gives you the option to offer a free trip to someone or find someone to pay for your trip (though there are a number of lonely souls offering to go halfsies, so it does, to some degree, serve people who might just want to go somewhere with another corporeal form). Surprisingly or not, the bulk of the clientele is women—the breakdown, according to Miss Travel, is 70% female and 30% male.

(This might be intentional, as the brand splashes "females are FREE!

The solo traveller doesn’t need another’s reassurance, they make big bold decisions every single day.

They are the ones with wild fire in their eyes, who trek miles to soak up the perfect sunset.

I’ve grown accustomed to thinking long distance relationships are normal, but I guess you have to actually get past the dating stage to reach them.

I can see why someone wouldn’t be interested in trying to seriously date someone who travels so often, but I also can see why someone would.

Indeed it did, and that's precisely what I thought when I first came across Miss Travel, an online travel dating site founded in 2012 by Brandon Wade, the same man behind the sugar baby/sugar daddy website Seeking A home restaurant is when a chef or skilled amateur cook gives you a restaurant-quality dinner in their home.You share food, conversation, and get to know the local cuisine a little better.“NO ONE WOULD EVER WANT A SERIOUS RELATIONSHIP WITH YOU GUYS,” I overheard a guy say to two of my friends that I was walking towards on the beach, “And why the hell not? I have this stubborn idea in my head that eventually I’m going to meet the perfect travel guy to travel the world with, but I spend so much time thinking, planning, and going traveling, that I don’t actually try to find him, or pay attention when he might be right in front of me!” I butted in, slightly stunned at the blunt judgment by a guy we hardly knew. Not to mention, a few character traits and thoughts I’ve developed from traveling that probably don’t help my nearly-non-existent dating life.

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