I have never been on vacation but I have thought about saving money and going. But in the back of my mind I thought what if while I'm there I become interested in a girl.
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You need to be emotionally prepared for the possibility of a vacation fling. It is incredibly common to "fall in love" on vacation, since when you are on vacation you are relaxed, care-free and easy-going in ways that you generally can't be in normal life, and everyone you meet is too. If you do meet someone that you click with, enjoy the fling but be prepared to say good bye when the vacation is over. If you're finding it difficult, remind yourself over and over again that what you had was not *real*, because essentially it wasn't.
Case in point: I totally fell in love with an Australian guy I met in Vienna last year. The night I met him was one of the best nights I've ever had in my life and I will never, ever forget him or the fun we had. We ended up meeting up again in Prague a few days later and had a wonderful time again. We have stayed friends on Facebook and if we're ever in the same area again, I'm sure we'll hang out, but we both know what it was, despite how deep and wonderful the short time we had together was. Neither of actually know what the other person is like back home, when they've got a job to go to in the morning, friends and family to consider, and other responsibilities and commitments.0
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