Dating an ecuadorian man
If you want to avoid this situation, you can dance with someone but don’t look him in the eye. Expect this from every type of man; even old men are subject to stop you and tell you how beautiful you are.
I don’t know how many times I have walked by an Ecuadorian man and heard, “” and so much more. I have a friend who lives in Puerto Viejo on the coast and she happens to have blonde hair and blue eyes.
When I first decided to travel to South America I had visions of tropical white sandy beaches filled with tanned hot men with ponytails drinking Cuba Libres out of coconuts.
In reality most of the men I have come across have large bellies that they like to roll their tee shirt up and tuck between their man boobs and their proud large round stomachs….. However, the beaches are to die for once you get past the ‘ psss or ‘hola Guapa’ or my personal favourite ‘Que rico’ from the passing local gentlemen.
I grew up in ecuador, in Quito the capital, it is surrounded by mountains and maybe that is the reason why i prefer that landscape to live.
One thing that I knew I would run into while in Latin America was Latin American MEN. Don’t get me wrong, there are a lot of really good guys down here in Ecuador, but I can honestly say that I was sick of the catcalls from week 1.
For the love of god who teaches these boys the most appalling chat up lines? I have one student who if he does well in class that week I give him one chat up line in English. ( good use of past tense I feel) and for this one I am truly sorry but I was running out of the none offensive and had to pull out this old cracker…… I’m sorry….."You know, I don't like dating Ecuadorian women anymore.
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Ecuadorian men will go out of their way to be ridiculous. On a regular basis I look around me and see many Ecuadorian women who are beautiful.
Just today as I was walking down the main drag in Ambato (my hometown in Ecuador), I was crossing the street when I was so rudely called back to reality from my own thoughts by a, “OYE!!!! I always wonder what they are trying to get at because once they have your attention, the men just continue hissing, whistling, and catcalling. They are dressed to a tee in their Ecuadorian fashion with full make-up and hair.