Dating weekend getaway
I recently met someone on this website and had a great time in person.
One of my close friends met them, and i met several of their friends and roomates as well. Traveling out of town is not a punishable offense but right after a first meet IS the red flag. You only know what he has thus far allowed you to see.
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Wisconsin is known for a lot of things, but not many of them sound particularly romantic.
Look beyond the surface, however, and you’ll find a state that caters to lovers with an assortment of cultural attractions and opportunities for relaxation.
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Before you start imagining your dream weekend getaway, take a few minutes to prepare yourself for the inevitable awkwardness and relationship-changing potential (both good and bad) of that first trip together. Go ahead and get those awkward first-night jitters over with when you’re not 200 miles away from home with a virtual stranger. You might like the 20-mile bike rides you’ve done on Saturday mornings together just fine, but maybe your idea of a vacation is relaxing by the pool and only expending enough energy to lift your margarita from the table next to you. “It’s important to plan a trip with activities you’ll both enjoy,” says It’s Just Lunch spokesperson Irene La Cota. Maybe you spend one day by the pool decompressing and one day hiking on a scenic trail.” It might seem romantic to plan the weekend and surprise the other person, but if it’s early on in your relationship, you should probably get their input and ensure it’s a getaway you’ll both enjoy.
Compromise and patience are the key to any successful weekend getaway – and likewise to any successful relationship.
Survive that first trip together and you know you’re ready for bigger and better things ahead!
People also seem to think its odd that he even asked me after such a short time. There will be multiple people, probably some other girls so you can rule out the chances that they're all killers. I didn't travel with an ex until 6 months into the relationship. I don't even want to see him again to determine which is the real him. Tell your new guy that you would prefer things move a bit slower. If you choose to go, be prepared to pay your own way, if things turn out to not be as advertised and you need to leave. No not all guys are good, BUT not all guys are bad either. If you don't feel comfortable, don't do it, if you do, go for it.
I however, am inclined to go bec i saa no red flags with his person. I say go for it, As long as your ok with getting drunk and boned on the second date. If you decide to go, you better get your own hotel room with your own money...or, as the one guy put it, even if it wasn't the best way, be prepared to get "boned" on your second date. If he really cares about getting to know you, he will understand your reluctance and be will to postpone traveling together.[quote[I am curious as to the POS community's thoughts on traveling with someone you just met. I agree with a coupe of others about what you'll read here. " Red flags, danger danger, send up the flares, don't forget your mace, carry a knife at all times, use it if he tries to touch you! Like someone else said, listening to some women on here, is like they have never seen a good guy in their life.