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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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A couple who met each other whilst travelling have been keeping their long-distance flame alive by regularly meeting at half-way points for a romantic kiss in front of the camera. When Rob and Joli first met in 2010 at a meetup party for travellers they had no idea that seven years later they would become Mr and Mrs Switzer. But it???s the years in between their relationship that make their story so romantic. Living more than 8,000 miles apart ??" Joli from Manila in the Philippines and Rob from Pennsylvania, USA ??" messaged each other online for a few years after their initial meeting, until in 2013 they officially became a couple. Still travelling the pair decided that they would meet in various parts of the world, depending on where they were at the time. And so, began their tradition of photo taking. Everyone was taking jump shots and signature travel poses, so we thought about creating our own cute pose just for kicks, the pair told Cover. ??sWe tried different ideas and the ??sdipkiss??? ended up being the one that was both romantic and playful, while making people smile as they took the photo for us. As the collection started to grow it turned into a beautiful snapshot of all the trips we'd experienced together.??? But that all changed in 2016 when Rob popped the big question in Moscow???s Red Square during one of their trysts, and in 2017 the couple married in Rob???s hometown of Pennsylvania. ??sWe even showcased our collection of photos at our wedding,??? they say. Now living together in Maryland, the couple hope that their story will inspire others. ??sWe think a lot of people are inspired by our story since a lot of them can relate to it - many of them may have had to overcome their own challenges for the ones they love. ??sIn our case, our main challenge was physical distance, for others, it might be illness, cultural or religious differences, or other conflicts. ??sOur main goal is to show people that despite the odds, if you love so
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