And even without the preliminary close quarters inspection offered by a dance, the whole ‘is/he isn’t she/he?
’ game can be a lot easier to play in Latin America.
While the relative calm of a laid-back cocktail bar might appeal, the best approach is to head towards the sound of a pounding salsa beat and shuffling couple feet, according to James Flood, a 30-year-old British who has had numerous romantic (or so he claims) dalliances with local Latinas in his travels in Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Cuba and Colombia.
Salsa Dance “Get a couple of basic salsa lessons – seriously,” he advised.
No one can really stereotype, you just have to get to know HIM!
“With girls here, if they’re really interested – it’s obvious,” said James.
However, once you note that interest, it’s crucial to act on it without delay or you risk losing out, he added. That doesn’t mean be aggressive or pushy, say sleazy things to them or invite them straight back to your room but if you’re interested the best thing is just go straight over and say ‘can I buy you a drink?
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I was once told that Latino men are as patient as they come. I know that is a stereotype but anyone ever been in a realtionship... I'm currently in a realationship with a Puerto Rican man and I am a Caucasian woman with blonde hair and blue eyes. He's from urban Philadelphia and speaks english although his family speaks spanish.
Love, whether a life-long partnership or a night-long fling, is never easy.