If 10 years ago someone had told me that I would be married to a German, I would laugh. Well, life is REALLY full of surprises, not only I married a German who speaks German, but one that also speaks my language too, Portuguese. Yes, our 3-year wedding anniversary is tomorrow, and while this post is being published, we are celebrating this day in Paris.
They like having fun, but only when it’s appropriate.
This is due to their shyness, not any other reason they do not approach strangers because they feel much more comfortable with their female friends from the kindergarten. But if you are really interested in one of these guys, try to be his friend first, meet several times for a coffee or a film, for example when staying at Plus Berlin hostel and stir up his interest until he can’t help but succumb to your charms…More of my ultimate guide to flirting on the road info or even sex when traveling can be found here.
PS: if you want to learn from my mistakes, read about the one thing I’ve learned from my relationships with guys…Alex is a crazy Slovak girl who made traveling the reason of her life.
hmm, yes, just a little bit, but there is more to it. One of the first things I learned about a German man is that he can cry.
I mean, a lot, of happiness and sadness, and they aren’t ashamed of that.