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Tara: "I felt that our gender roles were very defined and that he appreciated me as a very feminine thing whereas here (United States), everything seems so much more equal.In Spain, I felt like it was separate but equal (though I guess some people would say there is no such thing).Of course, there are Spaniards everywhere in Spain.But a good place to actually meet one for romantic purposes, like anywhere else, is through the nightlife scene, or through friends.To me, he seems a lot more mature than all of the Americans I’ve dated.He is older, almost 23, but he has his life set, he is off away from his parents (which again is very unusual for a Spaniard) living life on his own.Once he found out I was from the States, he immediately began speaking English, overjoyed that he now knew someone to help him with it." Singles aren’t limited to meeting in clubs or bars though.A great place is through English centres, especially if you’re still not quite up to scratch on the language, or expat groups and clubs.
It seemed to me she needed more 'communication' and attention than any other girl I've dated." Amy: "I think that with my boyfriend, I’ve found an exception to the majority of Spaniards.
So that made it clear he was interested romantically. Then we hung out after school a few times, and then he took me out on a very nice kind of elaborate date." Amy: "After some time, I looked at my Facebook and saw that he wrote me a message saying something like ''.
I didn’t reply because I thought it would only complicate things.
I was leaving the country soon, for good, and I didn’t want to have to say goodbye again. Next thing I knew, I was on a train to Alcalá to see him again." Perhaps all these sound familiar.
After all, it’s the same dating game everywhere, isn’t it? The panel shared their thoughts on the differences between Spaniards and people from their hometowns.
Tara, 20, United States: "We met at a party and exchanged numbers but I thought it was just in a friendly way.