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Long Distance Relationship Tips & Traveling For Love

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New York — Tuesday, October 5, 2021From 8:00 pm to 9:00 pmLos Angeles — Tuesday, October 5, 2021From 5:00 pm to 6:00 pmLondon — Wednesday, October 6, 2021From 1:00 am to 2:00 amAthens — Wednesday, October 6, 2021From 3:00 am to 4:00 amSingapore — Wednesday, October 6, 2021From 8:00 am to 9:00 amSydney — Wednesday, October 6, 2021From 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

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2020 was a disruption, to say the least - for travelers, for families, and for those in long distance relationships (LDR).

Imagine being in a LDR this past year and a half, anxiously awaiting news about open borders and fighting to be recognized as exceptions under the family/spouse rules for entry into their partners’ countries because #LoveIsNotTourism.

Many, like our speaker Avagail have been able to reunite with their partners under a “sweetheart visa/exception.” Avagail will be sharing her experience on what it’s like to travel for love during the pandemic. She will be giving her best advice on how to handle being apart from your significant other through distance and time.

Come learn about the following:

  • What it’s like to travel when a country’s borders are mostly closed
  • Tips for coping with distance and being apart from your partner from long periods of time
  • Resources to help navigate traveling to see your partner with border restrictions

Avagail Lozano is a Filipina-American travel content creator based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She’s passionate about amplifying BIPOC experiences in the travel sphere, empowering BIPOC Millenials and Gen Z to follow their travel or live abroad dreams even under the pressure of cultural norms, and educating people about culture through travel. She met her partner of 3.5 years in 2017 while living and teaching English in South Korea and they have been navigating a long distance relationship between Germany and South Korea (at first) and the USA (currently) for 2+ years.

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