For that reason you won’t read anything in this story that stereotypes the women here, nothing that says they’re all bossy or jealous, even though they are traits you might find in some of them.
I’m not even going to use percentages because I’ve never taken a poll so how would I know?
Sometimes they bring friends to feel safe, sometimes because parents mandate it.
What I know is this: finding out if you’re compatible with a Colombian woman can be a complicated endeavor, just like it can be anywhere.
There is no one way to woo one of them, because of all the variables. During my time in the states, more often than not, Ryan + attempt to talk to a woman at nightclub = rejection.
I was hoping I’d never have to write one of these, but due to the increase in nasty comments earlier this year on a famous (infamous?
) story published three years ago, I felt the need to write something that better sums up the whole of women in this growing city, not just one segment of the population.
Women are typically there to dance to music that does not encourage them to grind with you, as reggaeton does. Or maybe try going to the theater or other cultural events.
My friend Tatiana, the pretty and popular receptionist at The Wandering Paisa, met her boyfriend while she was waiting to see a play. You can’t really expect a woman to be on time in Colombia.
When your date arrives, she might have someone with her.
I know, you’re thinking, “That’s not a date,” but in Colombia, it can be.