If you’re in the mood for romance, or just love a good anecdote, these inspiring travel love stories from the road will have you captivated.
As in, booking a flight in search of your very own Eat, Pray, Love story.
Just to fill you in on how this project came to light:
A few months back I sent out an email to my community sharing my personal tips for balancing my relationship in NYC with my trips. The response was incredible, as people wrote me back sharing their own advice and romantic accounts.
With that in mind, I thought it would be interesting to compile a list of romantic stories from other nomads. To do this, I reached out to some of my favorite bloggers to roundup a selection of incredible narratives, from passionate trip flings to underwater engagements to Couchsurfing marriages and beyond.
Honestly, this was a really fun post to read and edit! I think you’ll agree.
After reading the following 38 love and travel stories, let me know in the comments if you’ve got one of your own to add!
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On that note, let’s dive into the love and travel stories!
1. Love, travel and overcoming long-distance
“Long-distance relationships are not easy. After cutting ties with my crazy ex who stalked me from overseas, I tried my best to stay away from long-distance relationships.
But they say love will find you when you least expect it. Never would I have thought I’d meet the love of my life shortly after moving back to my home country, Taiwan.
It all started in the summer of 2011. A Canadian friend with whom I went to school in Vancouver paid me a visit in Taipei. She brought along her fellow classmates who came for a summer exchange. Among them was…