A friend of mine married a Peruvian woman and was delighted to taste their cuisine.He always disliked sushi, but now he enjoys Ceviche (a raw fish Peruvian dish) regularly. If you begin a relationship with us, you also begin a relationship with our family.

We are passionate and emotional, and if you doubt it just watch a latino soap opera and discover our key value: life is worthless without love. Besides, you can learn the most basic phrases: Besame ahora (Kiss me now), Abrazame, (Hug me), vamos a acurrucar (let’s snuggle).

And if our passion often leads us to a heartbreak, we can quote Alfred Tennyson: “‘Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all” If you are living in the US, this one is for you. What can be greater than learning Spanish while receiving a kiss as a reward?

Setting the personal qualities aside, any expatriate is also a vessel of beliefs, attitudes, customs, and mainly, surprises. After a few occasions, I asked her why she stared at me that way.

She smiled and said: “I just think it’s sweet the way you talk to your parents.

One day, my doctor told me the events of his wedding celebration. The families of both him and his wife had a hard time getting along. He is from Philippines, speaks Tagalog, and practices medicine.

His wife is from India, speaks Hindi, and is a software engineer.

Yes, we may risk everything for nothing and yes, we are vulnerable.

But guess what, we always go the extra mile to please our lovers.

Of course, cultural clashes can be a disheartening experience. As soon as I emigrated to the US, I dated an American girl.

But even if your relationship ends up in failure, down the line you will value what you learned. I frequently noticed her peculiar gesture whenever I talked to my parents on the phone.

And from an insider’s point of view, I assure you the best touristic sites are mostly unknown.