Long distance RelationshipWatch
Factor in the time difference.
Also remember, we're in a pandemic, so you don't really want to be travelling such a long distance to see someone. Wait until things have calmed down a bit.
Example of how Time Difference can be bad in a long long distance relationship
James + Jane want to date, but James lives in England, UK, and Jane lives in California, USA. There is a 8 hr time difference between them. Both are adamant they want this new relationship to work, and are willing to give it a go, even though it's such a massive distance between them. They also want to meet one day when Covid restrictions allow them too.
James spends his afternoon texting Jane (in her morning), and throughout James' evening, they have a nice conversation.
However, when it's James' night, (like 11pm - midnight), Jane encourages James to stay up and chat to her.
James agrees because he really likes Jane and wants things to work.
Jane says 'I'm off to sleep, goodnight', and James says 'goodnight' also. By this stage, for James, it's 4:30 - 5am UK time.
But for Jane, it's a comfortable 11:30 - midnight time.
James is shattered from the lack of sleep, whereas Jane can't understand why James is tired.
Eventually, James will realise this relationship isn't working, because he's constantly tired and Jane isn't.