That said, Josh and Peter might tell you a different story here.I mean, I sensed virtually no awkwardness, but I’m also happy to chat about my appreciation for Voldemort in surprisingly intricate detail, so…Josh, on the other hand, was all about seeing the top attractions: ensuring we didn’t miss a photo opp in front of the Golden Gate Bridge or hanging from the side of a trolley.And Peter — well, Peter and I were pretty much drunk for two days straight and somehow ended up on a boat.
Josh (travel date one) was 28, with two master's degrees and Zayn Malik vibes; Peter (travel date two) was a hot 23-year-old I’d already met and clicked with at a bar in Paris (think Troy Bolton turned New York finance bro). Like, breaking-out-in-a-stress-rash level panicking. But both were surprisingly easy, and honestly, way less awkward than most Tinder dates I’ve been on.
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).
But if you’re a more structured traveler, definitely chat through the details with your date to make sure they’re on the same page.
you’re taking this trip and would like for a date to tag along and cover their own expenses), or, most ambitiously, would like someone to “take you along” (i.e.
you’d like to head out on this vacation and have someone else pay for the trip).