But in Cuba it seems to me that the conversation at least has some logic and a flow.
Not everything is decided from the start: Even for a one-night stand, there have to be some kind of games.
You should kiss me now,” his eyes seem to respond: . A friend of a friend of my neighbour’s cousin had one.
The dating culture in Denmark is an incomprehensible aspect of the Danish way of living for many internationals.
Cuban journalist Mara Landa Martínez digs deep into the daily frustrations of female expats in the region.
Harder than exams and the cold winter, dating in Denmark is a struggle that none of us expected to be so difficult.
“Attempting to date a Dane is a strenuous process, a journey filled with bad pilsner, dark jokes, uncomfortable silences and questions. If you think about it, it’s a beautiful thought: it doesn’t matter which country you come from, your age, skin colour or psychological trauma, nobody succeeds at dating a Dane.
Once you get over the idea of talking to a man who has far less arm hair than you do, a quest of confusion begins.” – Julie Aelbrecht, Belgium. And I am happy this is not only about “Latin country vs. There are plenty of other cultures that find Danish mating strategies rather… Apparently, finding a Danish boyfriend is as hard as finding rare elephants. Also Alison Haywood, a student from the United States, faces problems when it comes to dating a Dane: “The hardest thing for me to get used to was not getting hit on at bars and clubs. Just how do you find yourself one of these precious pink elephants?“To flirt or not to flirt” – Honestly, you never know. You just have to look nice, flash your eyes and smile a little bit.