Didn't like her hometown. Should I try going back?

Discussion in 'Dating Advice' started by miguel38, Jan 8, 2018.

  1. miguel38

    miguel38 New Member

    I’m facing a big problem right now. My girlfriend wants me to visit but I’m having a hard time telling her that I’m not comfortable going to her hometown. I went there the first time when I attended a romance tour and I met her there. It would have been a good memory if only i enjoyed the place. The tour itself was outstanding. I just didn’t like the place.

    I’m used to the fast life in the city. Her hometown is more of a vacation place; ocean, trail park, etc. I prefer seeing skyscrapers and buildings. Nature parks are not just for me. Now, she want me to go back so we can meet again in person. I have no problem with traveling but I would prefer if we met somewhere else. It’s not a bad idea, right?

    I was even thinking of asking her to visit me instead. If she did, this will be her first time travelling abroad. It would be an exciting experience for her. Should I go on with my suggestion? What if she takes it the wrong way? What if she won’t agree.

    My friends are telling me to give her place another try. They say I might actually enjoy it during another season, probably summer. When she asked me to visit she said we’d go surfing and swimming. It wouldn’t be a bad idea to go in the summer if that’s what we’re doing. So, should I try to visit for the second time? Is it worth the try?
  2. Unnaturalthings

    Unnaturalthings Active Member

    Oceans and nature parks? Sounds like a real dump! Just kidding.

    She's your girlfriend, and it's her hometown. The focus should be on spending time with your girlfriend, regardless of where that happens. So, is it "worth the try" to visit again? Well, is she worth it?

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