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Stephanie Helouise Johnson , Rahelio. Share this Rating Title: Love at First Flight — 7. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Edit Storyline New couples travel across North America, with the chance to get married at the airport immediately after their final flight lands. Add the first question. The matchmakers hit the mark. I feel like I'm watching real people fall in love. Was this review helpful to you? Drive on, dear In the early s, I was a bus operator in Europe.
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On one week tour I drove three Canadian girls in a group, and I took a shine to one cute little redhead who I quickly found out was from Saskatoon, Sask. We struck up a conversation during the ferry crossing and the friendship blossomed very slowly until we arrived in Switzerland and an all-day hike had Judy and I paired off; that's when we got to know one another quite nicely.
By the time we arrived in the Greek Islands, we were talking about dating once the trip was over. When we arrived back in London I was helping unpack my bus and spontaneously proposed to her on the sidewalk with all the other passengers still around. I was ecstatic when she said yes. An engagement of almost two years went by until we moved to Canada and got married in It has been over nine years now since I lost this wonderful soul to cancer, and I still think about her every day; ours was a love that simply doesn't go away.
Liam was on a six-month international university student volunteer exchange program. We ended up talking at the tchouk hut, drinking the local millet beer served out of plastic garbage cans and drunk out of calabash gourds till late in the night. And then giggled as we walked home and peed in the corn stalks. After six months of spending all of our time together, Liam continued on his planned backpacking trip up the West Coast of Africa and I finished my service.
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We saw each other four months later, briefly, in Oregon, and in Liam and I moved to a remote village in Haiti crossing a river by foot, then hiking an hour up a mountain for six months where he did research for his master's. We are now finally together full time and with electricity! Adrian, an Australian, was on the same tour with his sister. One fun night out, Adrian and I kissed like college kids on the dance floor of a bar in Canakkale, Turkey.source
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We were inseparable during the next five days on a cruise through the Greek islands, and saying goodbye to him in Athens was much more emotional than it should have been after only knowing a guy for a few days. Four weeks later, I met him in Frankfurt and we travelled together through Germany, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands. My last morning, while in tears worrying about our future, he told me he loved me.
Eight weeks later, he came to Canada his 21st country in to spend six weeks with me. He left two weeks ago, and I've just booked two months in London his now-home base and plan to move there in September. It's going to be difficult with immigration rules in all three of our countries Canada, England and Australia but we'll figure it out! Our little bundle of love My husband and I met in Australia. We were both there on a working-holiday visa and met about four months into the year away. Love at 30, feet One of the biggest surprises of my life was meeting my hubby on a Canada flight.
It was almost 14 years ago, and we were both flight attendants at the time. We were working the same aisle on the flight and every time he passed me the orange juice over our drink cart, I blushed like mad. He asked me if I was okay, much to my embarassment. We were married at the Millcroft Inn in Alton, Ont. We've both been out of the business for 13 years — our airline went under less than three months after we married — but life is good and travelling brought us together. We still love to get out there! We've been to Hawaii, France, U. In Queenstown, I was broke and needed a job at the local call centre.
In walked Scott with bare feet, in an office.
I couldn't take my eyes off him. We chatted a bit and I learned he was Australian. By Saturday of that same week we were inseparable. We spent Christmas together. By February we were living together; I then broke the news to my family. I think they thought it was one of those flings you have when you travel, but I knew it was the real thing. When my visa was up, Scott said he was coming with me. In November, , we moved back to Toronto, my home town. He immediately loved it here. He even raked 40 bags of leaves for my mom, just for fun! This is the Coles Notes to our love story.
I am so happy we met on what turned out to be not only our own personal adventures, but the foundation of what our lives would be — us, together. Last-minute love club I never expected to meet the love of my life on a trip that I booked last minute. I went to see my best friend in Vancouver and one afternoon at the end of my trip, I was reading The Hunger Games in a bikini on the balcony when Dale walked out. Meeting Dale was about the closest experience to love at first sight that I can imagine. The following day, we hiked in the mountains. Despite knowing I was to fly out the following day back to America, we spent the whole day together.
We decided that the best way to stay in touch over the summer would be to write handwritten letters, since Dale would be working on Haida Gwaii with minimal access to Internet or phone service.
We never communicated over the phone or e-mail for the whole summer. The core of our relationship is more than just our independent fondness for travel, but the absolute need for travel to see one another. Finding flight deals, strategizing itineraries, getting days off from work, kissing and crying in airports and spending entire days in transit have all become so familiar to us over the years. A ground delay got us started Christopher and I met on a Delta flight.
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By the time I checked into the flight, my seat had been apparently given away to a standby passenger; well, I protested and the gate agent gave me back my priority seat. As I struggled to get on the Boston-bound flight, I discovered my now-husband was in that seat. He was very gentlemanly and said no problem, he liked the aisle and asked if I would care to sit by the window.
This is what I call our first compromise. Our plane was ground delayed, and Chris and I eventually started talking.