Nearly everyone I mentioned my impending trip to was intrigued, impressed, or excited — except my mother.
In fact, FEMAIL has even written about women who have used this very site in that way, traveling the world on the dime of various rich guys.'This website attracts very successful men who don't have time to date in the normal way, so this allows them to accelerate the whole thing,' user Monica Lynn of Alabama explained of why she signed up.
'They're going on trips anyway, and they can afford to search through profiles and bring [someone] they like with them.'Monica has met men who paid for her trips to nine different countries including the UAE, Italy, and China, while a woman named Alyssa Ramos from Wisconsin has traveled to Ibiza, London, and Las Vegas, with men who've footed the bill. A lot of the site's users are actually looking for something less transaction and simply want a travel companion — possibly because their friends are busy or can't afford the trip they have in mind.
But when I told her on the phone, she seemed worried.
After giving her all the details — including the fact that we would have separate rooms — she got quiet and then asked, 'Carly… 'No, thank you, mother, I did not, much as it would have made a great headline to write 'I flew to Mexico to go on a blind date and my mother tagged along to make sure I didn't get murdered.'Luckily, she seemed to be the only one with this view, and even my grandma thought it sounded great — particularly when I told her the guy I picked was a Jewish doctor from Westchester, the gold standard as far as Jewish grandmothers are concerned.
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