She had overheard us speaking English and from our conversation realised we were foreigners, like her, living in Belgrade. During the customary introductions, she told us she was here as part of her university studies, and over the next six weeks would be conducting an anthropological study into the Serbian dating scene. On that note, she wanted to know if we had any single male Serbian friends interested in taking her out. A rather odd request. It got me thinking about my own experiences when being courted by Serbian men, and how different, if at all, it really is. Locals are mainly interested in how their fellow Serbs have behaved and whether they have shown themselves in a good light, largely because of their consciousness of their international image.
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I asked the online expat community of Albania, what their experiences are in dating Albanians. The question caused much discussion and a lot of humorous responses and these are a selection of 27 of the most interesting, interspersed with my own. Of course, no one is meaning to generalise an entire country of people, but the following points were all mentioned multiple times and to me, they are endearing and part of the reason why us expats love the Albanian people! Skip to content Friday, March 12, Time becomes a social construct and totally open to interpretation.
Bosnia and Herzegovina BiH is a small country with a population of about four million people. It is located in the center of the Balkan Peninsula and was formerly a part of Yugoslavia. The country got its name from two historical regions and the Bosna River. It is a predominantly mountainous country that is known for many thermal spas.