For many singles, the trend towards group activities based on common interests breaks new ground in the dating arena. From the solo holidays that are available such as Flavours Holidays, to various other events for the really adventurous. Dating after 40 can be really exciting and fun. There are so many activities and places to go that you can end up not only building a great relationship but having some fantastic experiences together.
In our fast-paced culture, people sometimes spend more time with a BlackBerry or iPhone than they do with real potential partners. Shared experiences and face-to-face interaction have almost become a thing of the past but is it what people really want?
We think not. As an online dating platform our aim is to bring people together that click with each other, have common interests and hopefully can build a fun and rewarding life together. For us, online dating is a vehicle to help people find one another. They know that everyone on there is looking for friendships and relationships, just like them. It gives them a wider pool of people to choose from.
Online dating allows adventurous people to find like-minded others and then go on to share real-life experiences with those potential mates. There’s also less pressure and you can take your time searching and looking at the profiles of the more adventurous dates to see if there’s someone you’d like to talk to.
When you eventually start to date someone, being the adventurous type opens up a whole world of opportunities for the date. Those who crave adventure can go parasailing, caving, or experience being a fighter pilot for a day. Music aficionados can revel in a hot night of cool jazz or go record a song together.
This is a great way to find a mate as not all singles like to hang out in bars and many people find that speed dating is too superficial. When you find someone online that you can share fun days out with, the activities themselves allow you to open up, relax and be yourself more – and what better opportunity for love to blossom.