Picture this: A couple has a bad break up and both parties go their own separate ways. Years pass and one fine day, they run into each other. Memories come flooding and emotions go high. The girl, wanting to re-start their relationship, tells the guy, "I want to go back to where we were before."
How would one say what the girl said, in Spanish? Is the following translation correct?
Quiero continuar dónde estábamos antes.
Would volver suit this context better than continuar?
Is there a more natural way to say the same thing?
Sorry for the long story but I had to give some context. Hope it helps.