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eTravelBlackboard: Travel lovers seek travelling mate
Turism&Travel 96 percent of travel lovers look for an adventurous partner A recent survey of Aussie singles reveals that travel makes you more attractive, while 96 percent of respondents say they are looking for someone who likes to travel.

The Intrepid travel poll of over 880 singles on RSVP found that 55 percent of respondents believed having ‘travel’ on a potential mate’s profile makes them more desirable. Intrepid Travel spokesperson Jo Stewart said the survey shows that travel increases your sex appeal. “Travellers are generally considered curious about the world, open minded and adventurous, all of which are attractive qualities,” Ms Stewart said. Daring travellers appear to be the more sort after, with 23 percent nominating ‘adventure seekers’ as the most attractive, followed by the ‘off the beaten track’ traveller at 22 percent and then the ‘cultured connoisseur’ at 16 percent. RSVP spokesperson Melanie Dudgeon said the results show that shared interests and lifestyle goals are very important when looking for a mate. “Many singles hope to travel and explore the world with a partner and this is why a common interest in travel is important to such a large majority,” Ms Dudgeon said. Furthermore the survey found that 49 percent of respondents said they have had a holiday romance and 72 percent said they think of meeting a mate whilst on holidays. Intrepid travel is currently offering two ‘singles only’ trips, The Active Thailand Trip and The Barcelona to Rome Trip.  To find out more visit the Intrepid Travel website. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P
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Joi, 21 Iunie 2012 - 04:15 PM

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