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Going on holiday is always a blast. You put your regular life on hold and move into a world where anything is possible. This is particularly true when traveling abroad. Spend your days seeing the sights and your nights drinking, partying and pulling. That’s right: no trip to a foreign land is complete without a night spent in the company of a beautiful lady with an exotic accent. Let’s make that happen with a help of relationship experts from Loveawake dating service.
1. Be the Super You When you’re traveling, you can do all the things you want to do at home but are too shy or embarrassed to do. So push your boundaries a little. Not the type of guy who normally approaches women? Suck it up and spit some game. I recommend pretending, just to yourself, that you’re someone else. Before you head out for the night, get psyched by convincing yourself that you’re everything women want. Treat it like an experiment. Be a scientist of the self and see what happens when you spend the night faking confidence. Who knows, some of it just might stick.
Checking out where the locals hang lets you see how people live in other places. It also exponentially boosts your odds of meeting a woman who has a cool accent and un-American sex appeal.
2. Go Where The Locals Go You can check out the touristy stuff during the day. When the night comes, head to the local hotspots. If you hang out in tourist bars, you’re going to meet other people traveling, which is cool but not ideal for sampling native flavors. Checking out where the locals hang lets you see how people live in other places. It also exponentially boosts your odds of meeting a woman who has a cool accent and un-American sex appeal. Which is the whole point, right?
3. Be Proud To Be An American While traveling, I once met a very loud and brash young man claiming to be Canadian. Not sure if anyone was fooled, but the idea that Americans are this resented, detested group of people everywhere outside of Iowa is just patently false. Not only do many foreigners love Americans, they’re curious what it’s like living in America. Play on a woman’s curiosity about what things are like in the country where the streets are paved with gold (financed by the Chinese, of course), and good things are bound to happen.
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