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Tara, an expat from the United States: “We met at a party and exchanged numbers, but I thought it was just in a friendly way.
Then I got a text the next day that said something like, ‘.’ (Translation: ‘I don’t know why, but the only thing I remember from yesterday is that I was left with the feeling of wanting to get to know this girl better.’) So that made it clear he was interested romantically. Then we hung out after school a few times, and then he took me out on a very nice, kind of elaborate date.” Amy: “After some time, I looked at my Facebook and saw that he wrote me a message saying something like ‘.’ (Translation: Hello Amy, how is life?
Of course, a large number of people are looking for that in Spain as well, but quite a lot of people are using it for friendship, which can be confusing, although they’ll usually make their intentions pretty clear once you start chatting.
There is also a percentage looking for a genuine relationship.
I was literally standing next to him for like 15 minutes before he actually said something.
Once he found out I was from the States, he immediately began speaking English, overjoyed that he now knew someone to help him with it.” If you’re not much of a clubgoer, don’t worry: singles aren’t limited to meeting in nightclubs or bars.
He is older [than I am], but he has his life set, he is off away from his parents (which again is very unusual for a Spaniard) living life on his own.
And he has his own car, which is very convenient.” Rose: “It was different dating a Spaniard because she was way clingier and less independent than Americans I have dated.” Othmane: “If I have to compare it with dating a Moroccan girl, I would say it is almost the same as they like to know a guy very well before starting to date him.” Obviously, no two relationships are ever the same.
I was leaving the country soon, for good, and I didn’t want to have to say goodbye again. Next thing I knew, I was on a train to Alcalá to see him again.” How is dating in Spain different?Expats can meet plenty of people through English centres, casual language exchanges and expat groups and clubs in Spain.Ariadne, a Cuban-American expat: “I met my last Spanish boyfriend while I led a study abroad programme.It seemed to me she needed more ‘communication’ and attention than any other girl I’ve dated.” Amy: “I think that with my boyfriend, I’ve found an exception to the majority of Spaniards.He doesn’t give empty promises when he says something; he actually does it.
Perhaps these expat dating stories sound familiar, but the dating game in Spain may be a little different – at least, according to the panel of expats who have dated in Spain.