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No, I am not talking about my inability to keep a job. It can be extremely painful to date a notorious traveler and it can get even more problematic when both people are travel enthusiasts.

It hasn't happened to me, but is certainly a possibility.

Worst case, if you land in Anguilla and he emerges from the hotel bathroom in a Señor Frogs T-shirt screaming, "Which way to the foam partayyyyy?! But here are four practical tips to ensure that doesn't happen.

" across its membership materials.)Go to the site and you'll find a community of brashly straightforward people, with every profile very clearly defining precisely what the person wants.

You'll find men looking for relationships, wanting to "have fun and see where things go," or being openly honest about the fact that they're married and busy and just want to "introduce someone to the finer things in life" in exchange for some side action.

When I first told my friends that I was spending the weekend in a Mexican mansion on a date with a stranger, they thought I was insane."Diana, this sounds a lot like prostitution," they said with raised eyebrows and concerned stares.

Indeed it did, and that's precisely what I thought when I first came across Miss Travel, an online travel dating site founded in 2012 by Brandon Wade, the same man behind the sugar baby/sugar daddy website Seeking

Miss Travel functions like any other dating site, in that users create profiles and message back and forth before arranging to meet if they hit it off—but rather than having your first date at a local dive bar, you have it at an all-inclusive resort in Bora Bora.