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Author: cliffmiller Subject: my top 5
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posted on 08-28-2010 at 22:33 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
my top 5

hi all i'm new here and looking to have some interesting discussions about one of my favorite subjects: foreign women.
here's my top 5 best places to meet women.
1.) Georgia. the women here exceed my expectations. they're beautiful, charming, they're amazing cooks. they are very religious, so they take relationships very seriously.
2.) Armenia. i have a real thing for women of the caucasus.
3.) Lebanon. a lot of women have that supermodel appeal here. they're highly educated and very sophisticated. their only downside is they are a little more high maintenance the caucasian women.
4.) philippines. i never met a filipina that was single and wasn't interested in me. i never met a man who didn't enjoy being with a filipina.
5.) Moldova. what most western assume Russia and the Ukraine is like. a place where you can pick up one of those prized slavic beauties without the scamming and overall disillusionment that comes with the more well known eastern bloc countries.
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posted on 11-24-2010 at 11:29 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Some great places

You've definitely listed a lot of great places to vacation and to meet single women. Have you actually traveled to all of these places?

The way you wrote your post makes it seem like you have been to all of these locations and have experienced meeting these different types of women. If you haven't gone to all of them, which ones have you been to? Where have you learned this information about the women in places you haven't actually been yourself?
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my top 5

I've been to every one of those countries. i like to travel a lot. i've been to georgia twice because i liked it so much. i also have a lot of filipino and lebanese friends here in the states. i've been to other countries as well, but the typical women i've found in these countries to be ideal. if your planning on traveling oversees to meet women and have any questions feel free to ask.
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That is awesome

That is really amazing that you have taken the opportunity to travel to all of those places, I'm sure you have a really interested perspective on the world. So when you went on these trips, how did you travel?

Did you travel on your own, with an agency, or with a tour group?
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thanks

i don't travel to necessarily meet women so i don't do agencies or tours. i do try to meet a lot of women wherever i go and i figure if you put 3 or 4 single guys together that we'll find plenty of available women. that's basically how i think it works best. when i was in college, me and some friends basically when hitch hiking around eastern europe one summer. we did ride trains and take taxis and buses too. we had some friends that were foreign exchange students and we met up with them. we also made friends online that were willing to show us around their town. we crossed though moldova, georgia, and armenia on that trip, among other places.

when i went to lebanon it was with my church. basically a pilgrimage. also, at least half of the church is lebanese. so that helped out.

so there are different ways i've traveled. my whole goal when i travel is to meet new people, make new friends, and experience a new culture. i want get invited into peoples homes. i want to get invited to go out on the town or to the best with a group of friends i just met. which is a better way to meet women. so i don't do tours or anything like that.
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sounds fun

Well it seems like you have your angles covered and you know what you want when you travel.

So what advice would you have for people who might be backpacking or traveling through locations like those? Did you feel unsafe when you were backpacking?
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safer than trying to backpack across the U.S.

in the places i've mentioned the people are very hospitable. there were some muslim men in lebanon that liked to joke about killing the infidels. they were just joking and playing to stereotypes. there are places in the world i wouldn't recommend backpacking through, such as anywhere in latin america and most african countries. the police corruption is bad in latin america and africa is well, africa. in georgia you only feel unsafe if your driving but is crime free. lebanon is like any other mideast country there is no crime.

i do suggest traveling with at least 3 more people. in russia as i have found out the police won't bother you if your in a group. anywhere you go in eastern europe you will make friends. if you sit down at a table by yourself people will come and sit down and talk to you. so make as many friends as you can and they give you pointers of the best way to get around. they can introduce you to even more people and that allows you the opportunity to find free place to stay or at least a cheap homestay. it also allows you meet all kinds of women. it will also help you learn where not to go. most importantly you need to always respect the people and their customs.

hitch hiking is safe in places where it is common. this said, use your sense. if you feel uncomfortable getting in someone"s car then don't. i never did any hitchhiking in the philippines, but in the other countries i have and it worked out very well.
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What about the details...

Wow, so have you experienced the police corruption in these areas first hand? It seems like you are quite sure about what you are saying regarding the corruption, but how can you be sure about where it happens and how bad it is?

I agree with your advice about backpacking to some extent, as far as taking 3 extra people with you, but some things you have pointed out seem a bit iffy. For example, you mention that hitchhiking is safe depending on the location and how common it is, but how do you know this? You must have had some experiences first hand with these issues, especially since you have actually traveled to these locations.

Also, I wonder why you have so much trust for these strangers who could easily be setting you up to get robbed or attacked in some way or another. If a guy comes up and sits with you and starts to tell you about where to go and what to do, how could you tell he is worth trusting?

It seems like such a risk

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different cultures

i've had to grease some palms in panama and belize and i had a friend arrested in mexico. i haven't experienced it anywhere else although i am aware of it potentially happening.

as far as hitch hiking goes. you have to understand it from a different perspective. here in the U.S. we have a very individualistic culture. in eastern europe they are very collectivist. everybody pretty well looks out for each other and guests are more important than material objects. having a guest in that part of the world is a status thing it's like saying "look who came to visit me" this means far more to them than your possessions.

another example of this mentality is hostels. when people travel to europe they often stay in hostels and have no problem. here in the U.S. i wouldn't feel safe in a cheap motel. people don't have the concept of a stranger like there is in the west.

if you get robbed it will probably be by gypsies pick pocketing you.
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best country in the world

How can Canada not be on anyones list. Everyone loves Canadians
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You're right

Canada is definitely one of the most beautiful places in the world. I have been to a few different areas, but the best by far was Victoria. That city is amazing and has such a small town feel. The weather is perfect, the gardens are great all year round, and the views are incredible. As far as meeting people - not so sure.
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top five

I am seriously considering plunking down 2k with the "hand in hand" agency that specializes in Czech women. Can anyone weigh in on that?
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I am seriously considering plunking down 2k with the "hand in hand" agency that specializes in Czech women. Can anyone weigh in on that?
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i wouldn't recommend putting down that kind of money until you have actually been to the czech republic. have you been there already?
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agree

i have been to georgia, armenia, azerbaijan...amongst some of the mentioned countries and can confirm what is said...i also recommend the "stan" countries...especially krygstan and kazakhstan...have travelled through these for climbing a lot...
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RE: Czech girls

'I am seriously considering plunking down 2k with the "hand in hand" agency that specializes in Czech women. Can anyone weigh in on that?'

I know a guy who tried a Czech agency and idn't have any luck with them. Also keep in mind that the ratio of men to women is 1:1 in both Czech Republic and Slovakia and men are generally very good looking and nice, so there is no deficit of men there like you find in Russia or Ukraine (where the ratio of men to women 15 to 65 yo is 9.2 to 1). I know many girls from former Zcechoslovakia and they can be really gorgeous just like the Russian girls. I just think finding a lady in Russia would be a lot easier.
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In regard to Georgian and Armenian women:

In regard to Georgian and Armenian women:
I only dated an Armenian girl in Moscow when I was about 16-17 so had no dating experience with Georgian women. But from what I know, they don't normally go outside their own culture and tend to marry Georgian and Armenian men respectively. There is animosity between these two nations so they rarely intermarry.
Again there is no deficit of men in either country so this is going to be a pretty difficult place to look for a lady IMO.
In my extensive experience your best bet is Russia. After that Belarus, then Ukraine and Moldova, and then Kazakhstan and possibly Uzbekistan. The Baltic countries (Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia) might also be worth a look since there are some Russian women living there but since you have a huge pool of single Russian and Ukrainian women right there in Russia that would be your best bet.
Did you realize that there are more Ukrainians living in Russia than in Ukraine?
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In Regard to Georgian and Armenian women

that is true but it is still possible to get a date. you just have to have time and the right resources. georgian men are the best resource. once you make friends with some georgian men they will help meet someone. often it will be their idea. they are very proud of their women and they try very hard to be hospitable.
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New distinations

Girls from Georgia are extremelly beautifull, absolutly agree. Have been dating with one nice girl, but didn't work.
Now I pay my attention to Baltic countries, as I have been in Latvia for the first time this summer, I was shocked that didn't hear about the beauty of their local girls, beside you won't need a visa, very comfortable :)
Riga now is in above my destination list.
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My top five countries

I came through a survey which is based upon how happy a person is to be citizen of a country. For me happiness of my family means a lot, so for me the top most 5 countries are:
Denmark: Denmark is a Nordic welfare state with most of its services free to the citizens. Expect to pay 72% of your money to the government on the highest income tax bracket. According to Wikipedia Denmark has the worlds highest taxes! When buying a car in Denmark one has to pay 25% VAT to the import price of the vehicle and then a 180% registration tax on top. That means when a car sells for $20 000, you have to pay an additional $45 000 as taxes for the government (total of $65 000). That’s why people in Denmark ride bikes or use one of the best public transport systems in the world. Denmark also has 2 autonomous provinces – the Faroe Islands and Greenland. The latter is over 50 times larger than Denmark but has about 100 times less people.
Switzerland: This cheese and chocolate producing land is the world’s tenth richest country. Switzerland’s neutrality helped their banks to raise some serious cash – for decades it was possible to open a bank account without having to identify yourself. Upon opening an account, you were given a special number that anyone could use to deposit or withdraw money. This law was later changed since it attracted illegal money. Switzerland is also one of the top garbage recyclers in the world (66% to 96% recyclable materials recycled). They achieve this by keeping recycling free, but asking money for regular garbage – thus giving people a financial incentive to recycle.
Austria: Austria is the home to the popular energy drink Red Bull. This country is also one of the few in the world, that allows legal voting beginning from age 16. Upon turning 18, all Austrian males have to take part of a 6 month military service. The country has declared itself formally a neutral country or a “perpetual neutrality” as they say it, but in reality it has taken part of various peacekeeping missions and also took part of the UN sanctions against Iraq. Thanks to the wide use of wind-, solar- and hydropower Austria produces around 80% of its energy from renewable resources. Education is mostly free, with the exception of an average semester fee of 583 dollars (370 eur) in universities. As you probably guessed – student loan debts are not an issue in Austria.
Iceland: This geologically active country is rich in volcanoes and geysers. Thanks to geothermal power Iceland gets its electricity and hot water dirt cheap. There have been occasions where steel has been shipped for processing from Australia or Africa and when finished shipped back to the originating country. Cheap local energy actually makes this cost effective. According to the Human Development Index, Iceland (together with Norway) is the world’s most developed country.
Finland: This is the country that brought us Nokia – the worlds largest manufacturer of mobile phones. In 2003 Nokia accounted for about a quarter of Finland’s exports and in 2006 it generated more revenue than the entire budget of Finland. Before starting to make mobile phones Nokia made (yes, it’s true) rubber boots! Finland was also home to Simo Häyhä – considered to be the most deadly sniper through history with 542 kills. According to World Economic Forum Finland has the most competitive economy in the world. Plenty to be happy about!
And for your kind information I am the citizen of Iceland and happy to be a part of it. Thanks! :)
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Hello....

I agree.....Thanks for sharing
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I agree

I go for those top 5 list...
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wow, you are so experienced. so you make a lot of dating with many ladies from differnt countries, don't you?
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I agree with you ROSTYA. Another beautiful country is Switzerland
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'I came through a survey which is based upon how happy a person is to be citizen of a country. For me happiness of my family means a lot, so for me the top most 5 countries are:
Denmark: Denmark is a Nordic welfare state with most of its services free to the citizens. Expect to pay 72% of your money to the government on the highest income tax bracket. According to Wikipedia Denmark has the worlds highest taxes! When buying a car in Denmark one has to pay 25% VAT to the import price of the vehicle and then a 180% registration tax on top. That means when a car sells for $20 000, you have to pay an additional $45 000 as taxes for the government (total of $65 000). That’s why people in Denmark ride bikes or use one of the best public transport systems in the world. Denmark also has 2 autonomous provinces – the Faroe Islands and Greenland. The latter is over 50 times larger than Denmark but has about 100 times less people.
Switzerland: This cheese and chocolate producing land is the world’s tenth richest country. Switzerland’s neutrality helped their banks to raise some serious cash – for decades it was possible to open a bank account without having to identify yourself. Upon opening an account, you were given a special number that anyone could use to deposit or withdraw money. This law was later changed since it attracted illegal money. Switzerland is also one of the top garbage recyclers in the world (66% to 96% recyclable materials recycled). They achieve this by keeping recycling free, but asking money for regular garbage – thus giving people a financial incentive to recycle.
Austria: Austria is the home to the popular energy drink Red Bull. This country is also one of the few in the world, that allows legal voting beginning from age 16. Upon turning 18, all Austrian males have to take part of a 6 month military service. The country has declared itself formally a neutral country or a “perpetual neutrality” as they say it, but in reality it has taken part of various peacekeeping missions and also took part of the UN sanctions against Iraq. Thanks to the wide use of wind-, solar- and hydropower Austria produces around 80% of its energy from renewable resources. Education is mostly free, with the exception of an average semester fee of 583 dollars (370 eur) in universities. As you probably guessed – student loan debts are not an issue in Austria.
Iceland: This geologically active country is rich in volcanoes and geysers. Thanks to geothermal power Iceland gets its electricity and hot water dirt cheap. There have been occasions where steel has been shipped for processing from Australia or Africa and when finished shipped back to the originating country. Cheap local energy actually makes this cost effective. According to the Human Development Index, Iceland (together with Norway) is the world’s most developed country.
Finland: This is the country that brought us Nokia – the worlds largest manufacturer of mobile phones. In 2003 Nokia accounted for about a quarter of Finland’s exports and in 2006 it generated more revenue than the entire budget of Finland. Before starting to make mobile phones Nokia made (yes, it’s true) rubber boots! Finland was also home to Simo Häyhä – considered to be the most deadly sniper through history with 542 kills. According to World Economic Forum Finland has the most competitive economy in the world. Plenty to be happy about!
And for your kind information I am the citizen of Iceland and happy to be a part of it. Thanks! :)'

Hello friend bit old thread but I do agree with you..I am looking for a foreign bride so will keep the information in mind..
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Thanks for sharing your ideas!

Thanks for sharing your ideas!
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