Long distance online dating success stories
Mike and I took our circumstances as a great opportunity to travel and met up with each other around the world.After meeting initially in August 2010, we went to Scotland for that Christmas, and toured London, Amsterdam and Paris.I’m Megan from Australia, and over the last 5 years I’ve spent an accumulation of 6 months out of every year abroad.So it’s not surprising that I met the love of my life while traveling. I still love the reactions we get when people ask “so you’re from Australia, he’s from America – where did you both meet? After having both finished the Mt Kilimanjaro climb, we met through mutual travelers at the hotel at the bottom of the mountain.One hotel reception shift I had a pizza delivery man come in at lunch and drop off a Large Hawaiian, bottle of Fanta and chocolate lava cake; all which had been ordered and paid for by Mike online, from America!!60 days out from us meeting in Scotland for New Years 2011 I received a box which had 60 letters; one each day until we met up!
I would call around 11pm after getting home from work, meaning I would “apparently” sometimes fall asleep mid conversation : S, which meant Mike picked up his phone every morning around 6am in America.He then came to Australia in April 2011 and spent a month with my friends and family before proposing!We spent two weeks in London in June of that year, and he was back in Australia in October for our engagement party.This book takes a deep look into the subject of long distance relationships and offers practical advice, as well as authentic real life experiences and observations from our own relationship. Whether you’re young or old, male or female, gay or straight, it is our sincere hope that this book offers practical and realistic insight into what you might expect.Let this book offer you hope that your long distance relationship can be just as successful as our own.
If you, like me, dedicate a large portion of your time to travel, and spend more time traveling than you are resident in your own country, you’re more than likely to meet someone overseas.