Clubs or bars are generally a good place to meet people and it helps if you can dance or at least try to dance.Knowing Spanish is also very helpful but most young Peruvians have some knowledge of English. In the mountains, for example, it is common for local men to brag that they beat their wives once in awhile and that they actually like it.The social and economic level matters, as well as the mind, a variety of interests and tenderness...If you’ve started dating a Peruvian, you’ve probably already noticed a few cultural differences.The Gender Role Thing First, you’ll probably notice that you’re expected to take on a more traditional gender role.No matter how forward-thinking your boyfriend or girlfriend is, it’s likely that they grew up in an environment where both men and women carried out traditional tasks.People in the main cities like Lima or Cuzco are more enlightened though men are still considered the head of the household.As is in common in the world, younger people are more open-minded about women’s rights and the nature of relationships.
I’ve found that practicing Spanish with my Peruvian partner helps keep my skills fresh, and I hope you have the same good fortune with your partner!
Prepare your taste buds for some of the best food you may ever try in your life!
If you’re a fan of cooking, get ready to inherit some fantastic recipes and get lots of training from your partner’s family members in the kitchen.
Peruvian women are romantic and you’ll never go wrong by buying her a dozen roses or taking a midnight walk through the plaza arm in arm…
and don’t forget a bottle of good Argentine or Chilean wine.