Head north to Colombia and Colombian women are pretty hot.
“Are you married or single” is usually the first, and it’s important to note that “in a relationship” is generally not an option because the next question will most likely be: “when are you getting married/why aren’t you married? This is an “All or Nothing” type of operation they run in Ecuador with respect to relationships.
If you answer “married”, you would next be asked to showcase your baby-making abilities by stating how many children you’ve managed to produce.
I wouldn’t say I had high hopes for them, but I had some kind of “hopes” for girls in Ecuador and they quickly vanished.
I spent a little time in Ecuador and ended up getting out as fast as I could.
But my conclusion is that Ecuadorian women are the worst.
This is especially true if you are Latin or have stayed here for awhile.Having been in Ecuador for 10 months now I have discovered a few Gringa stereotypes.When I first arrived in Ecuador last August, it was exciting and new. Today’s guest post is by two women –Lisa Brignoni and Thembi Mngadi– who write about their experience of being single in Ecuador and South Africa…one who grapples with the ongoing inquisition of “why aren’t you married” in a culture different from her own , and the other who is confronted by her own culture that has not advanced as far as she has.What I wasn’t exactly prepared for was the intense curiosity displayed by the locals regarding my relationship status, and how the fact that I was single, completely eclipsed every other facet of my personality, such as how I quit my corporate job to travel the world.After pm the bouncers let the men into the bar so they can start their prowl.