The word ‘romance,’ according to the dictionary, means excitement, adventure, and something extremely real. Romance should last a lifetime.
I live a life of world travel for many reasons. The sites. The foods. The culture. The new. The lifestyle…
But most of all for the human element.
In this particular case, the romance of the human connection. Nomadic travel is inherently adventurous and adventure compounds romance.
True love or mere lust can be captured anywhere but there’s nothing quite like it while in eternal motion.
It’s called wanderlust for a reason.
Imagine, country hopping with your significant other all around the globe touring the most famous landmarks in history to exploring parts of the world the internet doesn’t even know about. Everyday is a Saturday and every night a date night. Romance never gets old.
Equally opportune and passionate is the casual encounters with the locals and other nomads.
One of the most rewarding things I do as a travelers is meeting other travelers like myself in a country none of us are from then traveling with them.
Sometimes for a single day or months at a time. Sometimes through a single city or several countries at a time. Sometimes as friends with benefits or as a steady and committed relationship.
A one night stand or just a romantic night out with a local in any given country by definition can only be achieved while traveling abroad. A unique experience of that country’s culture like nothing else.
Whatever the case, the factor of travel intensifies the romance and makes it develop dramatically faster. But in a natural yet thrilling “young love” kind of way.
A Life Nomadic is a Life Romantic.
[The featured photo was taken with a Hitcase equipped iPhone.]