Take a risk, take a chance, make a change & breakaway...
By Jaime Davila | Egypt, The Middle East, Travel Thoughts
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Wahhh! Now I am all teary-eyed and sappy. I can relate to the feelings you had when leaving…I’ve been there and it’s one of the hardest series of emotions to go through. I do hope you are able to enjoy India. Look forward to reading about your reunion when you return to Cairo.
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Thanks Erin, I didn’t mean to make any one teary-eyed. I know it’s a hard set of emotions when you have to say bye to someone you love. Oh & of course I will write about the reunion… if it happens. I say if because I know my plans are always changing, but I have the return ticket already so doubt I’ll change it.
This is just the sweetest post ever! TEARS! I’m so happy you found love, and found someone who appreciates and honors just how awesome you are! I know distance sucks, trust me. I’ve been with Johnny for 6 years and these 2 months apart are just killing me, so I definitely know how you feel.
Enjoy your time in India, it’s going to fly by! Before you know it, you’ll be in your man’s arms again!
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Awww thanks Sheryll, I’m happy I found someone too who appreciates me for who I am and treats me the way I want to be treated. Distance does suck, but it can help figure out how I really feel and see what happens in the future. As for being away from Johnny I know it’s been hard for you, ut you will be with him in a few weeks & that time will fly.
Wow, what a story, I always knew tea was the most romantic of drinks forget champagne! My husband and I fell in love over a squashed chocolate Lindt bunny!!
jaja Gev… yes tea is the most romantic of the drinks! Falling in love over some squashed chocolate is not bad at all. I miss a good chocolate, haven’t found much of it here in India.
Beautifully written Jaime! I know it hurts, but time passes quickly when you’re on the road. I’m really happy that you found love! Can’t wait to read about the reunion!
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Thanks Jodi… it does hurt, but you are right time will fly by and before I know it I will be back in Egypt.
You’re never going to forget these travel memories, Jaime. The ones that touch your heart are the ones that stay with you forever.
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Plus that birthday surprise was SO sweet!
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I know Pat just everything about him was perfect & amazing. I loved everything he did for me & know it’s going to be memories like these that I will never forget.
Aww Jaime, what a heart-felt post!! Makes me emotional just reading it. It’s so beautiful that you found someone and fell in love! Who knew?! I admire you so much for continuing on to India, it takes courage to keep going on your journey after finding someone who you feel complete with. I wish you both the best, continue doing what you know is right for you. We will follow your blog no matter what! xoxoxo
Kelley, sorry I made everyone get emotional. Thanks again for the great comment. It was hard to continue because I know I could have easily stayed in Egypt, but knew I must continue on my journey because I know it’s right for me. Thanks for following my blog.
I know how you feel too! I left the boy that became my boyfriend back in Croatia but I knew we weren’t done yet, so that’s when I went to Australia! Good luck, love reading about your travels.
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Oh wow Caroline so you met him in Croatia and are now in Australia with him? If I understood that correctly how amazing is that! Thanks for reading my travels, glad you enjoy them.
What a quick, captivating read. And such a heart-warming story, Jaime. What a rush all of this must have been for you. Ah, love…
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Ahhh love is just right Kent… that’s how I am feeling right now.
Oh wow Jaime, congrats on finding love….some people go their whole lives without knowing how that feels and you found it on the other side of the world! You know I always say…everything happens for a reason, so for now enjoy your time in India (i’ve always wanted to go there!!)
Thanks Alex, I agree with “everything happens for a reason” so yes for now I will enjoy my time in India and see what happens next when it gets here. I will take it one day at a time.
Jaime, that was a BEAUTIFUL story!
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Wow, what an amazing story. Enjoy your journey and I’m sure everything will work out wonderfully
Thank you Jeff… I will do just that, continue to enjoy my Journey & let thing work out how they should.
Loved reading this! After spending five months with my girlfriend, I lived in Guatemala for four months. I was gone for nearly as long as we’d known each other before I left! It was incredibly hard, communication was difficult (this was back in 2005 before I even knew about Skype…did it exist then? I don’t know!).
But I came back home after four months abroad (she visited me there during American Thanksgiving), and we re-kindled our romance. And now, SEVEN YEARS LATER, we are still together, legally (!) married in the state of Iowa, sharing a home and life together.
I have never regretted my four months in Guate. In the end, you won’t regret your 3 months in India.
True Love waits (I do NOT mean that in the abstinence sense!). I have faith that you will pick up where you left off!
Camella… wow… just wow!!! I love everything about your comment I really do. That is amazing & I just can’t believe it. What an amazing story. I am glad I am not alone in falling in love abroad & I hope to god I can make this work out & I know in the end I will do the right thing for me. My 3 months in India will be over before I know it & I will be back in Egypt for sure… then who knows!
Definitely…who knows! I have never regretted any of my travels!
I’m FINALLY catching up with your blog. This is such a sweet story! I’m so happy for you that you found someone you fell in love with. 3 months away in India will be hard, but you’ll make it through.
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Awww Ali, thanks for catching up. I’m so behind on yours too cus the net in India has just been crap I am sorry. So far it has been hard, being away but I am managing. I will make it through!
I love how open you are about your feelings and can’t wait to find out what happens when you’ll see him again in June! So happy for you that you fell in love – I hope you’ll make it through the three months in India… it’s a loooooooong time
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Hey Dani, thanks. I’m hanging in here… not going to lie I miss him a lot, but FB has helped with that. We chat just about every day when we can. I can’t wait for yall to get here & talk all about this over some beers cus yeah I haven’t had much beer here.
This happened to me in Beijing. It was so hard being the one left behind. We spent a month together before he had to return to Belgium to study for exams. I was there two more weeks after that, and it was so hard to stay in the same city where all I knew was him. But if it’s any hope to you, him and I are still dating long distance many months later! In fact, that’s why I went to Europe when I met you in Munich–it was to visit my love in Belgium! Can you believe it’s been that long since those days? I miss you. Hope you’re staying healthy. Enjoy India, and make it out to Southeast Asia if you can. My favorite places in the world are there.
Ahhh Lisa, HOW ARE YOU? Miss you so much!!! Oh I remember all about this. I’m so happy y’all are still dating… that gives me so much hope. It must be so hard though. Being so far away from each other? I know it seems like its been ages since you visited me in Munich. So damn crazy! How is NYC? I hope I make it to SEA… the thing is if I leave Egypt I am going to be the one that leaves him. It’s a crazy situation but we’ll see what happens.We need to catch up soon.
Sat here with tears in my eyes, what a lovely story! I’ve got a boyfriend now and now you’re questioning me if I love him or not!
Didn’t mean to make anyone cry Connor. Love is a tricky thing and well you will know if its real or not. Hope all is well.
well first i was touched by your words i am sherif ismail 29 Egyptian living in new Cairo and i like your blog v
much especially your travels i also went to 8 countries (only because of visa restrictions) any way glad that u
were happy in egypt hope to see you next time
Thank you so much Sherif. I am glad you like my blog. I will be back to Cairo one day.
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