I hear this all the time: "There are no good men out there"; or this: "There are no good women." Usually the speaker illustrates one of the assertions with a sad or funny dating story that ends either with resignation to single status or with anger at the depressing situation he or she "has to" endure.
I listen sympathetically but don't share the conclusions.
"If I'm going to start seeing the world, I might as well do it," she said, adding that traveling alone makes her a little nervous. For Erica, the most useful app so far has been Tinder.
Tinder Passport, a premium feature that costs a month for those under 30, and a month for those over, lets users browse possible matches in cities they aren't currently in.
Yet, dating sites have traditionally been mostly limited to dates -- falling short of taking the complicated step of traveling together. A new breed of website is evolving that's matching up travelers looking for a buddy --someone to take that bike tour through Italy, for example --but may be open for a little romance as well.
Travelers are already using dating apps on the road, but the focus on hookups takes away from how great the services can be travel recommendations.
While yes, finding a match is ostensibly for the purpose of romance, the benefit of doing it in a new city is that the match is a local — one with expertise about restaurants and activities that get straight to what modern travelers want: an authentic experience.
Why fuss with installing anything on your phone when the traveler friends dating site is totally mobile friendly.
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