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For context, that third one also just moved to Amsterdam after the couple spent nine months cavorting through Southeast Asia together.There's only one open spot inside the bus, next to a grandma sitting across a little table from her grandkids, so while couples who board with me must tromp to the open roof deck for sun-blasted seats, I sidle in with the family and cheerily plug in my headphones for the audio tour.Midday, I decide to depart from my red, double-decker chariot for lunch in Stanley Bay, a cool seaside town.Every travel decision is entirely my own, and I wind up meeting so many more cool fellow travelers or locals when I'm not perpetually engrossed in conversation with someone I've been talking to near-constantly for years.I've hooked up with hot dudes in far corners of the world, and I finished my novel with my feet buried in Balinese sand.