Are you tired of the Portugal bar & club scene, coming home to an empty house, lonely tables-for-one at those romantic Portugal restaurants, disastrous blind dates set up by your matchmaking friends, Portugal local singles groups, singles events and meetings with no results?? Have you tried all the traditional ways to find someone special in Portugal?I can’t say I’ve dated a Portuguese man myself, but I have visited Portugal.My experience of Portuguese men, bearing in mind I was about fourteen years old, was that this one guy tried to get closer and closer to me on the bus.
So let’s have a look what others, who know a bit more about dating Portuguese men have to say.
Yes, the guy I already cheated on at the beginning of our relationship (see to him, because these words were a blatant lie. Looking around the beautiful grounds I felt uplifted: there was a giant pool, beautiful flowers, palm trees and an open air restaurant with live music. The beautiful boy was in front of me, but I couldn’t bring myself to look at him. Wow, how deceiving it can be when you judge a situation from a distance. I continued talking to his friend(who turned out to be his cousin)for some time.
At the bottom of my heart, leaving for Europe signified the end of us. It was an incredibly romantic place, however, it seemed that the only people vacationing there were families. Then I finally found the guts to turn my head and look at my boy. I smiled back and talked very fast as I always do when I am nervous. He looked like a very successful and gorgeous player, but he wasn’t. His English wasn’t great, but at this point, what did I care?
Since I moved to Portugal just over a year ago, countless Portuguese people have insisted to me that they are not at all like the Spanish: neither in food, language, nor behaviour. Here’s a list of some of the weird and wonderful peculiarities that I have discovered.
As I was to discover, quite a lot, actually – even their animals have a different culture.