If two people of the opposite sex travel together, they travel alone, and are not related, does that imply that they are in a relationship?
So here's what happened.
One of my biggest dreams and aspirations is to be able to travel. Go to a place or two every year, and slowly begin to see a bunch of different places... I would ultimately be seeing the entire world, little by little.
Last week wasn't a very good one for me. I was really stressed out with school, and on top of that, I was having a bit of a problem with loneliness. So, I talk to my interest, and our relationship being the way that we talk about whatever is on our minds freely, I brought it up. I brought up what I thought: that even though it would be great to travel, and I would experience so many great things, it would be a duality of happiness and sadness. Happiness for apparent reasons... sadness because you wish you could spend those experiences with someone who enjoys it as much as you do. At the end, she ended up saying, "Well, wait for me then, and come with me".
She said that we both like to travel, and we're great friends and the such. However, something tells me that the whole thing about being 'great friends' was a cover-up. She said, "We will meet, and we WILL travel"... I said that now, those words were set in stone. She said that they were "set in something better, our hearts and resolutions".
What do you guys think? I'd really like to know... is this just a friend thing, or do you think it's more? Do you think what she said about us being 'great friends' was just a cover-up for stronger feelings, or not?
Thanks in advance for the replies, I would greatly appreciate them.