HELP ME!! How to move past this situation it involves me and this guy i met while i was away ?

i went away on holidays with some friends i met this guy that worked there he was France and had been living in Sydney before he had gone to work at this place in Queensland. We became close and ended up hooking up this wasnt allowed as i was a guest and he was a staff member we hung out when he didnt work which wasnt often but we managed to fit it in and we had alot of fun he would piggy back me to my room and stometimes we just hug and lie on the beach chairs and it wasnt an uncomfortable silence. On the last night when we were hanging some dramas formed round us i wont bore u with those and he ended up telling me that he cared bout me to my friends n told me he liked me. He told me to give me my details to him before i left the next day which i did. How ever this happened 4 days ago and i still havent heard from him my friends dont know if he will contact me or not but they believed we had something there that it was more than a holiday thing specially since he risked his job n how he acted round me he works shifts that start at 8 in the morning and finish round 2-3 in the morning and he will hang with his friends for a bit then go to bed. The problem is to get reception where he works u need to walk it to this mountain as this is an island n internet is only accessible from reception n there is only 2 comps. I have added one his mates that i became friends with on facebook n so my friends n he hasnt accepted it yet so mayb he hasnt contacted me coz he has been busy. Wat should i do? Will he contact me? Do u think he likes me? If not how can i stop thinking bout him coz it is driving me insane? Help guys please!! Im a girl by the way i have a dude icon

Asked By: Me - 12/9/2008
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Hard to say if he realy likes you or not give him a few more day then get ahold of him as for getting over him that will take time. ( It is the hardest part for meeting someone and falling for them )
Answered By: Wolf - 12/9/2008
Additional Answers (6)
your got yourself into that trouble.... better think twice before just saying hi, if you are not willing to face consequences whatever they may lead you sorry...too much drama
Answered By: kikyo - 12/9/2008
too long too read sorry
Answered By: shanell - 12/9/2008
Perhaps he is just too busy now. You did your part, its his turn to do his. Wait for him to contact you again and for sure both of you will meet again in God's time. Just believe and enjoy the feelings and the memories you had with him. Good luck!
Answered By: honey - 12/9/2008
The best thing you can do is wait! I hooked up with this guy I met while studying abroad in Italy last January. He didn't speak a word of English and I didn't speak a word of Italian. Somehow we went out a couple times and exchanged numbers. It's almost a year later and we're still talking! I met the guy twice!
Answered By: Bella - 12/9/2008
it is very simple actually.... first if he really likes you trust me the minute you left he would have emailed or contacted you or something... his behavior while you and him was together might be just 'moment of passion" Meaning he was so caught up in the moment he really didnt care about the consequences of his job... More
Answered By: oriental_destiny69 - 12/9/2008
Look back upon all with fondness and without judgment. That being said, however, I don't think it is very likely that you will here from this fellow. Sometimes a romantic involvement while abroad does not really lead to anything of substance in spite of hopes as to a future relationship. In your case, I think it... More
Answered By: MICHAEL - 12/9/2008
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